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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 29, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00665
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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. Principals; Told2gA t G I9s9. .?. 0,000 Sought in '

-Ji _*/ osoital RadiothonA

Face Integrationll I
conservative goal of $50,000has An all day program has, been
been set for the Christian prepared in which church choirs,
Hospital all-day Radiothon over gospel singing groups, local entertainers -,
i At the first meeting of Dade station WFEC Saturday. Final and community personalities -'
County School principals on plans have been completed for will give their time and!
,Tuesday, School Supt. Joe Hall, the mammoth effort ,that get talent in urging the public to-
Worker Dies in Cave-in warned them to. face up to the underway immediately after the suppcrt this all out effort to obtain -
problem in tegratlon or partly station sign On the air at 545a.m. : : funds to buy equipment( for
integrated schools or closed the new $400,000 hospital that
Fort Lauderdale Willie. ,schacls during the coming term. went Into service this month.
Smith Jr., SO 'Dania, was killed The superintendent: said, in (Headquarters for the show will
Tuesday, when a ditch caved In, part: I 'the Northwestern Senior High
burying him"under nine feet of .Some communities which. school: auditorium where a bat-
dirt /aid sand. He was a member ; have chosen to close their schools I tery of telephone has 'been in.
of a crew Installing a sanitary' have eventually regretted the stalled to take pledges from Dade
t S4r sewer line. '. \ chcicc. They have reopened their ('unty residents. Properly identified -
schools alter much, much severe volunteer 'workers will pickup
Another 'worker in the 12-fcot harm, to the school systems." the pledges and names of all
deep ditch, Joe Gibbons also of He further 'pointed out that I donors will /toe read over the air.
Danlawas.( buried to the waist "th: ?re is evidence that a number Rev. Thedford Johnson, tlress -
in th"1 falling dirt, but managed of industrial firms are holding chairman of the Radiothon,
s r. [ to sea-amble free without ser- away from the south ,because of has set up seven,stations tthru-
: j iou injury their fear of educational prob- ,out the county from which his
r Rescue chnv dug frantically lems the} difficulty of getting staff cf workers will operate.
J'. for an hour before recovering perscnnel. If there are no 'public Some of the top entertainers-
I Smith's body.. schools. Invited to apoear on the show Include -

f aw' Wally Flutch' Candldo D.vv .-
...;1't 9, t Jones, Curt Harmon Trio,
Myrtle Jones Trio, W. C, Balker,

'.., Haiti Asks Vatican Duke Jenkins, Remarkable Rubin,
Bobby Brown, Happy Rose, Leroy -
Lang's Orchestra Rufus
Beecham, Jimmy Reeves' Bennie
Bailey and many others.
to mBishop pledge Call PL 7-6250 to make your

PORT Atf ,MINCE, Haiti Duvalier's regime. I _._ __nom.... .".., GET SHORT
A spokesman for President Fran- The government is holding a Mr. and' Mrs: Jessie PhIllips of 2: *
ccls Duvalier says the Vaticancan suspended arrest 'order ,
over the Locke, STAY FROM
NW 18th
154 ave., Opa
end rIft the Haitian head
: tiie, between archbishop's while putting '
wishes to the marriage
government and the Roman the Issue cf his removal up to announce CHAIR
e Catholic Church, ,by withdrawing the Vatican. Vatican sources have .
ram Wiley Odum, convicted"'rQlIt
M. Lee of Vinson Lee
Walter son
Archbishop Francois Poirier headof warned
Haitian government '
"r murderer
and E. C. Daniels, -
.,:,. ., .. the church In the' Caribbean officials face excommunication, of 1059 NW 65th street. Walter granted a five-hour
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republic. | ' with denial Lee and Miss Phillips are studentsof
J1Prosidential of the sacraments, if Thursday
stay from death row on -
Woody Blue, son of Mr and Bethune Cookman College
r order is put Intq effect., Collinsis
Mrs. Thomas Blue of 1201 NW Secretary Clement like secretary said beth in the field of science end because Gov. LeRoy
68th st., /whose eyesight w a i Bardot told an Interviewer he the Haitian government had no math. Mr Lee is a prospective rut bf the state carriedout
threatened when a can of Drano thinks the' yaUcan will relieve quarrel with the church but only midterm (graduate. Usually, executions are Be-
Raliford Monday.
exploded in hts face two the 86-year-old; French-born with "certain French priest who The marriage will take 'place at at on
weeks ago, is still In Jackson prelate, who hal. openly, criticizedthe havfl involved themselves in Internal 15400 NW 18th *ve., Monday evening div f"re for leaving Maryland Tallahassee where on his Sun-sonundeit'ent
Memorial Hospital where doctors: government)' politics, contrary to the Aug. 31 at 7 pjn. The re. the
give Mm a 50-50 chance of regaining snot accused: the archbishop' surgery, governor
concordat between Haiti and, the ception will follow immediately at yet the execution for Friday when
his of supporting factions tq :
sight. opposed
I Vatican. the same address he returned td"Ui.t1.\. r.y-; \ *<,'

I 6 Slum Buildings Ordered Torn Down Integration Try ,

y .'t The Building Board of Appeals
,.* started Its "get tcugh" policy ( Blocked in Pensacola
Wednesday when it ordered Immediate
demolition of six ..lumbuUdl'ngs.
Jt all of the
was a part the '
PENSACOLA first attempt
Miami Slum Clearance Depart- 1 t
ment's efforts to shake up prop- by a Negro to' penetratethe AFTER H'1.YBARS .
erty riwners who fail to keep racial barriers at Pensacola's '"

their holdings in good repair. i iI I schools was thwarted last week MRS. ROSA' LEE.
when of two Negro. girls
'The Board also swung the ax' one AND
on four other old buildings but 1! (whose parents sought to gain INGRAM

the owners said they were readyto their children's admission to all- SONS FREEDMrs.
tear them down anyway. They white schools here turned
was Rosa Lee Ingram and her
have found buyers who will
Knock down the old structure to down by the Escambta' 'County I two ions, Wallace and Sammy
Lee /were released from the
.. make room for new ones. Board tt Education Thursday
Georgia State prison on August
;;The Department will have to Reuben Orr, supervisor of education 28, after serving more than 11
,ret a court order to tear down recommended that the years for the murder of a white
three of the six buildings ordered I application of Karen Renee Augustus tenant farmer.
demolished because the owners 11 J4AJL. a first-grader, be turned I The case of the Ingrama attracted
have refused entry to the prop- down, saying: "My interpretation more than national attention -
erty 4M ;; if that the board should first in 1947, and several organizations -
in their defense
helped -
make an assignment before a reassignment -
Their locations: ,
:508 NW 23rd st., owned by can be considered. John Stratford, who lived near

James E. Dixon The girl's had soughtto the Ingrains on an adjoining
1555 NW 69th at., owned! by ?et her admitted to the all- farm near Ellavlllr, South Georgia .
t Nema Felker. white Oliver J, Semmes Elementary threatened to hoot the

....;.:. 22 NW 9th .*., awned by Johns z :chooU The'. board .assignedher Ingrains' mule for destroying his
'ty : W. Rcblnson, 82 NW 9th It. to a Negro school, Brown- crops. In the argument that followed -
"Also to be torn down Immediately Barge Elementary Schpoi l. Mrs. Ingram and Stratford
Peter Mboya. Kemcha.. (right) Kemcha le shown above explain
L is property at: came to blows; her boys went to
512 NW 8th st, owned by Lucy minister of Natural Resourcesand Ing native dress to Clinton Moon" Dr. Charles Augutus, father of her assistance Stratford got the
Allen, 550 NW''' 8th It. member of the House of Assembly public relations director of the the girl, said the only reason h* worst of the fight and died as a

,,' 1451 NW :5th ave, owned by Buea, Southern Gamer* Sir John, and his wife. Mr. Ketncha'e sought her admission to the result ,
,' Conrad Farmer, 829 NW 89th It. oone, Nigeria, visited In Miami Semmes school was that she is The Ingrains have been offered
,27-A NE 17th ter, owned by last week and was guest at the toijf was sponsored by the ready to go to school. and it to employment by a druggist in At
Harvey G. Nelson I famed 81h John Retort Hotel. Mr. State Department-Adam* photo. the closest one to their home. lanta.

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i, i "We don't serve you here," is it '
I IN RECITAL r Feg'straticnvat; a statement that members of Mi- P'
ami CORE, Committee of Racial /
I k Li lie C. Evans Equality, have heard many timesin
the last few months at lunch tj.Lj'
n I i All children' ,who will ,be six counters and restaurants. Parti- S
years of age on or,before Janu- cipants in' CORE's Interracial Ac.
ary 1, 1960 -and are living in the tion Institute in Miami, September -
V area of Llllie C. Evans ''Element -5-20 will ,work to change this
h pry School, 189$ NW 75th. St., statement to "May I help you n
are requested to register for entrance please?"
M: into school on Sept: 3. Workshop (participants from allover n
= Registration will 'begin at 9 ajm. the country will learn by
Patents are asked to bring the using! CORE'S techniques of nonviolent -
birth certificate All other child- direct action to end discrimination
ren living: in this' area and who in restaurants, em-
were not in this school last term loyment, voters registration and
j are asked to register. on Sept. 3, pdbllc accommodations during the
also. 16 dav action institute.
The regular school year begins Preliminary Work cl InVestlation -
Sept. 8 at 8:15: a.m., Pupils are .;' and negotiation as, well as '
asked to refcwrt to school on time follow-up to make sure that discrimination ? j
and go to the rooms to which really is ended will L ,
they were assigned in June. be handled by the Miami CORE

LeRcy N< Thompson, son of Regstration at Scholarship aid for those in _
Evin R and Clara L. Thompsonof Holmes need of it is still available by rA
Nassau, and presently a seniorat ElementaryThursday writing to the CORE office, 38 .
Benedict College, Columbia, Park Row, New York 38, N.Y i !
S.C. is being sponsored in an organ Sept. 3, is registration .............. ...................... .......
at Holmes
day Elementary a
recital at Temtle Baptist
for all pupils not ,previously
Church, 1723 NW 3rd ave. on istered fcr the 1969-60 term We,Are Moving
Monday night, Aug. 31, 8:15 All first graders born in Dade
o'clock. County must have a birth certificate MIDWAYBARBER;
Mr. Thompson' a science major, when registering. Parents
participated on both the Collegeand may register first graders outside SHOPJust
Concert band and chorus. A of Dade County and no not ,- .
:past vice president of the Student have a birth: : certificate, but must S
''Government Council, he returnsIn come prepared, to pay a fee of across the street _
September to head the YMCA $1.00 ,in order that we may secure -
and his college chapter of Alpha one for them . N 6709 N.W. 15th Ave. First in M1" n1 to train in the amazing Hair-Weev

Phi Alpha fraternity. School fee for the first semester in the Jacquelin Bldg. process. Left to right: Christine Jenkins, instructor; Mil
Mr: Thompson serves In Columbia Is$1.50 and is due upon registration. -
dred Holmes student Hair-Wecv technician; SallleCot.-
as organist of Second Nazareth ,
Baptist Church and in Nas- I William Thurston, Prop. lins, student Hair-Weev technician.

'sau, he is organist-on-leave of Teenage Dance N-.N.N.NN..................-....-....... commercial
Calvary Baptist, Chn rchl I Hair-Weev is the process of weaving :
He is visiting with his grandfather The dance for this week is to hair to the live hair on the head. For further detail see.
Matthew Farrington of : be held at Coconut Grove Park,
1916 NW 5th ave. 236 Grand ave. on Saturday, Aug. 200 our ad on page 5. .
29 between 8 and 11 p.m. These .......
=\\ t-I-{"'"" rt? t*t-\! 'Titt3tttttFOR :: P '= "
HAZEL SIMMONS Saturday dances for teenagers are
being sponsored by the City of
BRIDE'.OF BILLY Miami, Northwest' Miami Jayceesand USED BETTER PICTURES . SEE
the Y's Men's Club of Car-
GRISSOM ver YMCA. On Sept 5 the dance
By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE will ,be at Dixie Park. The musicis TVs
good and refreshments will be JOHNSON OF MIAMI '
Miss Hazel Scott Simmons, available. -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- NO
Kinley Wynn elf 6530 NW 26th NOTICEYou
ave., became the bride of Billy I
Louis Grissom in marriage cere- MONEYDOWN t Dinners Parties Weddings Passport
are cordially invited to
monies performed Sunday after-
attend cur State Tea, given Sun. .
noon at the home ctf the bride Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty
day, Aug. 29, from 4 to 6 pan at
with the Rev. J. E Brown, pas.
the YMCA .
tor of New Hope: Missionary
Baptist, Church officiating Beatrice Robinson (Miss 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294RENTING .
California) extends a special Invitation -
The bride was attired in a very
attractive light blue nylon dress toall her friends. Please '"
with white trimmings, white come cut and'help to put this ':1t:1t:1t:10':1":1:: :: =iWsa:: =I ES d.o= dbdS'I.: '= ":"'1

slippers and other accessories, program over. Vote for California -
and carried a bouquet of white 1861 NW 63rd st. 'Phone s
carnations.The OX 1-8005.
bride was attended by a NOW } !
maid of honor' Miss Barbara'Moss Magnolia HospitalTwin .
who was dressed in an attractive -
girls got top billing at
with white dress accessories.of shrimp color, Magnolia born to proud parents 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown ,
Edward Rhcdes, long time I
a Girls also were born to Mrs; Jim- Houses Stores t
friends of the bridegroom was mie* -
Whitfield and Mrs.
the toesfcman and both
men were
Rarer Latimer. Baby boys /torero
attired Immediately in blue sense following suits. the born to Mrs. John. Young, Mrs Brown Sub Coconut Grove .
Arthur Vickers, Mrs. Jessie Clayand e
ceremony, a reception in honorof Mrs. George Thomas:Mothers rs Liberty City Downtown
the held at the
newlyweds was
babies. are 'doing nicely. .
same home. A goodly number of

persons the reception.attended the' marriage and include Medical Mrs.patients Ollle Mee at Magnolia Tillman, WILSON RENTAL AGENCY, Inc. .

Mrs. Anna Perry, Jessie Dozier,

Regstration For Mrs.McClain Elvira and Phillips Thomas, Mrs Smith.Annie 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave' FR 4-0116

Dunbar Surgical patients who are recuperating -
nicely are Elton
Gertie: Stone, Sandra Kelly and
!Registration for Dunbar Nur- -----
sery School will 'be held on Straughter (age 9 months), Mrs.
Thursday, Sept 3 from 8 am to Hansel Brownly, .

2 pjn. Parents are urged to reg. N......,...................................... To Nassau?
Ister their children between the Going
ages of 3 and 5.This I
nursery is well equippedand MONEY PROBLEMS

the children are instructedby I'll/ help. Solution available If STOP AT THE FINESTMrieItu's
a qualified teacher There are Instruction followed. Strictly
facilities for the children. to sleep personal.
and they are served one hot meal JOHN WAMSTEKERDept.
daily, including milk.
15, Box 10 Guest House
Don't forget the date Sept.
3 Registration. School will be- Ottery, Cape, South Africa.M1N..NN.N..N1.N..N.NNMNNN.NN.
gin on Sept. 8. II
I American and Native Dishes Served

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Amateur Show

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Sunlight Beauty School StudentsBy family. And some run three to four out of one family. Its I '
Stanley SweetingThe students are known everywhere for their glowing personality .

group of lovely ladies pictured here represent a street' demeanor, upright character, acts of cour- J. A. BURROWS ri r
tesy, neatness of attire, and all around ability. These ,
segment of the large enrollment of night and day .
"Angels of Culture"
members both
dents attending classes at the Sunlight School of Beauty represent of TRANSFER.
sex and of all ages. !
Culture, located at 1011 NW 2nd Ave. Sitting on' the far
Mr. and Mrs. Julius are grateful to many city, state For quick, dependable .
right, front row is Mrs. Dorothy Brown, a Sunlight
and national personalities for the interest ,and special efforts Service 1\\
structor and former graduate of the school, class of 1937.
Also exerted by them in assisting the tireless efforts of the Phone OX 1.9163; It
sitting with the group is Mrs. Josephine Primus, reporter \
the founders, who built a foundation that has grown to be an t
clasa.of 1959. American institution 1742 N.W. 67th St.. ', ..
Ever since the inception of Miami's first Negro beau .
ty school, Mr. and Mrs. Dayid Julius, owners and Instructors Specializing in furniture .;., .
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newlpaper"SATURDAY
have boasted students from all over the south and moving
AUGUST 29, 1959 PAGE 3 i
the Bahamas. Its graduates are scattered all over the .
county. Some are now proud owners of swank beauty l1
emporiums, beauty school heads, instructors, inspectors, 40 AND 8 SAYS NO . 1
operators and hold prominent positions throughout the I /
nation. One of Sunlights most formidable male-trained AMERICAN CLEAN..CLEAN.

grads, Allen Bain, is reputed to be one of the best trained .
and respected operators in the state. LEGION STILL

Sunlight School of Beauty Culture is licensed and CLEAN. .
approved by the Department of Justice to admit foreign BANS NEGROES . I

:students to classes via Immigration Authorities, and hard.y 'Minneapolis The American

a single class leaves the school without one or more Legion national convention rejected I i .
foreign students graduating out of its enrollment.The Wednesday a move to open I

school is fast-approaching its 23rd commencement the door to voluntary racial integration I
: Exercises for this colorful occasion will be held on in the 40 &,8, the Legion's 1'!.
Nov. 8, at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. But prior to this gala "fun and irolic" subsidiary. I

night, will come examination time, Sept. 17, when several The proposal to permit local Hry r
of the group will put some of their learned knowl- units of the 40 & 8 to admit Ne-
edge on paper. Others will compete in November during groes and other non-white Leg-
ionaires if they fwlsh, lost by a
graduation week. Homecoming Week is scheduled for vote of 1,388 to 1,650. The contro-
Nov. 2 thru 8, during which time a gala banquet will be versy has been raging for ten
sponsored by the class of 1949. This affair comes off at St.Agnes' years, but this was the first timeit
Parish Hall, NW 3rd court at 18th st. reached l Legion a floor'at' a national i i4kh

Sunlight is proud to point to the fact, that several of
its graduates are mothers and daughters from the same I honorably The Legion discharged itself is open all


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"Cke Old Product a private studio.
NEVER, NEVERI$ Before Inhistory Don Strachan's Dance Studio ai
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revealed to the outside
world. 1 1I

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SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1959Office ed at 32nd ave. and 47th st. )
4 comments from tl12.e
.' ,.1"1. ., ,. We have heard many favorable have not CARRIES' PAN
readers ... .
',visiting this institution. If any of. our ( .. .
A L. :sieh, it, please do so. *' ,: A1V M8>RCH1J:" r. f

? Now the big news is there Is still a drive on tdsefunds. '. .1/ .
If have not CHICAGO The Pan
good. you AemrUc
has been pretty
The response:
+n friendship tarchr carried by
W yet (contributed, here is your ... hamU Mexico .City by relays
\t ,t" CHRISTIAN J7 bf yoU iF S"iea'ch d'Chicago's city
IIADIOTIION FOR hall,Wednesday, ",,,r..
at Ml" ,N.W Third Ave. :Miami FIo 38 radio station WPBC The:. rch .lW'U."dtij.v> r l for
=-PMane .dXJy04ti'f I On Saturday' August 29, all day,
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue ; ; the 'starts;ot ,ithejJPnAinerican
_, ,will be at your service. You can be a.part of this RadjortHon # Games;)bj..Charles;E. ,$aylor Jr.,
., SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ,t School l auditorium, ,
going to Northwestern High Negro an eagle scout en ONE .YEAR MM SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS jj.70 by call in con- at a Technical Jltjh School. Ac.
NW 70th st. and 12th ave., or you'can
H. E, SIGISMUND REEVES, 'Editor :t: ? tribution. You can make it as big as you like, but even one cotr guards: .:anying, Thomas,, him Kaihara.vrerftJljw0,,,;,16 honor,
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and 'Business ManagerTEMPORA dollar will be appreciated. Just don't miss this opportunity. explorer scout, and Simeon Rub-

enstein, 16, an: eagle,'
MUTANTUR T NOS MUTAMURTime -ILLiSt1ir Lodges, clubs, fraternities, businesses and the man _.._ ',.. . .-
; .i"Tee ," Are Change I Ari l AVe Ae Changed \yJtJl TIicm' in the street,' everybody is specially invited toheipthls} t "- 'Ii

',; Entered, nit Second Class Matter August 0, 1927. at the Post Office hospital. ,' I Your VoteJ8.eeded'
at Miami& Flprlda,. under the act of March 8, 1870" to fight the forwei that. seek

Member of the' National Newspaper Publishers Association to keep you a Second Class
Member of the Associated Negro Press FOOTBALL Don't Fret Fight! I Citizen.

TIIK: NEGRO PRESS believes! that America can best lead the world Join The NAACP 116 W. Flagler Street
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every mail ATTEND INJURY ,iIIIIo,..<.. '
regardless of race color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating
no man fearing no nuui--the Negro Press strives to nety every man
In the firm belief that all men 'are hurt a* long as anyone is held CLINICNearly JAMES

back. .
100 Dade County high
school football coaches and their
staffs !were the guests of the t;; A I tU TORF :
-YE EDITOR'S Dade County Medical Associationat r
a pre-season "Athletic Injuries NOW! "Sir Save a Lot" Store-NOWI It.
.SMALL HELPS Clinic" held on the University of
1200 N. W. 3-H Ave PhoneKK:
Miami Aug.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1934 Campus, Tuesday, .
:;.. . 25. I SCHOOL SPECIALS ..-
"J, A merry heart doeth (good like a' medicine. Following dinner a panel discussed (As advertised in the Miami Herald) ?: ; .
Provo XVII 22. various aspects of conditioning '" -
ft. 't.
Jcg on, Jog on the footpath way, and injuries and then
And merrily hunt the stile-a answered numerous questions All lOc School Supplies and Toy .--t9c J
r ; asked by the coaches. 200 sheets paper, pk. 37* Fountain pen ........ L....... 33*
.<. A merry heart goes all the day, r. Among those in attendancewere 400 sheet paper, pk. 73* Skrlp Ink ...........y .. ..;.... 17t
.: Your sad tires in a mile-a.-ShakItspeare. Nathaniel Powell, Alkln Zlpperblnders, ea. ........ 87* Water proof Ink dfi.'r'<
,' i Hepburn and Cecil Daniels from I Ball point pens, ea; .... 10* tape, set ......... ........,.. 33*
," George Washington Carver high; I 12 pencils andsharpener I Staple machine, *et|....:..< 77*
(25 Years Ago) Rufus Tribble, Jimmie Anders, I *, set ........ 33* I,,Wall ,> \JIf''

..Newscomes:/ to us -that while school buildings are be- Mays nie' Moore High, ;James James Kenchon Wanza,, Ben-Tom Real sharpener pencil ea. ............. 87* -'60x38,map ea. ...........t.r'-r.; 23.
ing erected in South Miami Liberty City Coconut Grove Jones and Lonnie Coleman free Filled pencil box set .... 29* Pencil sharpener ea. .... 5*
Hialeah Vorthwestern, and James W. Everett Pencils, 2 for ....:............... 5* Dictionary,* ea.-... 1.00
and ; not much progress in that direction is being and W. B. Haley from BTW Newt! Flip top binder 77* Sheet and paper,' ea. .... 5*
made i in Miami, and the chances are that school will openon high QUANTITY LIMITED
Sept. 17 with no improvement in the crowded condi-
tion at David Wike, trainer for the Simplicity Patterns, Materials and Money Orders Sold .Every
Washington High and at Dunbar Elementary. It University of Miami Hurricanes
Day-7:45: to 7 Men thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 9'p.rn: to
has been decided a.m. p.m.
that instead of erecting the proposed discussed ,the topic ci conditionIng '
library building on the school ground at Washington, the on the field recognition, of 9 p.m. Saturday (Closed, Sunday) ,
injuries, and the management' of I
cafeteria will be remodelled .
to accomodate
so. as the library bruises and "charlie horses." Dr.
thereby providing one more class room for the righ Charles R. Burbacher, team physician -
school. The new school site at 18th St. and last place which for the University cl Miami -

will be known as the Phyllis Wheatley, will have portable described possible injuries : -
to the extremities, especially the I
buildings, but we understand these buildings are to be shoulder knee and ankle. Injuries I
transferred from the Dunbar school grounds; if this be to the head} face and spine
'the case, our condition will be no better than last year were discussed by 'Dr. Albert J. Garden4Ptme11t
when there were Ehlert and Dr. John B. Liebler Magnolia
over 5000 children in school. covered the subjects of nutrition,
Reliable authority estimates that 5,200 children will illness, pep pills" and viruses.

attend school in Miami this year. In such a case we should Presiding over the panel was
have the additional portables provided for and 20 or 30 Dr. Robert' P. Keiser, president of S
additional teachers., Another point to be considered is the the Dade' County Medical Assoc-.'

matter of accreditation or standardization. If our schools iation.

are over-crowded. and understaffed, they certainly will : '

not meet the necessary requirements, and Miami cannot J.
afford to fall back from the position she has held for the
past three years.

The Colored Board of Trustees (in cooperation with

Supervisor Pearson) D. At: Dorsey, chairman! and ,Drs. W.
A. Chapman ,and J, R. Scott. has been unusually active, FREE Stoves and

during the past two weeks. in ,efforts to provide hiore' ac- ,
comodation for our children. May they succeed&i-!

I, '
In Jacksonvil & the NAACP, and the Ministerial Alliance .t' 'i

with 75 ministers representing more than 70,000

members are trying to break. some of the bars of, segregation WATER

They have memorialized the Mayor,' Hayden Burns ,std;

and the City Commissioners, asking that Negroes be dealt

with more fairly in employment and otherwise. Renting Furnished &

They have also approached Sears and Roebuck about ,
segregation policies in its lunch rooms 'and intend to call
on all business plaices/ where Negroes spend their money u

;. 'but are only. considered as fit for unskilled employment.When "Unfurnished flpts.

we think of the millions of dollars spent ,by
Negroes in all cities, with firms like Sears, Richards I ur"
dines, Jordan Marsh, the Southern ,Bell Telephone Co., \' z

we could name many others tIt seems that Negroes, and .
there are many qualified, should be given more consideration. -
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For many years we have been hoping and talking Opa Locka
about the need in Miami for a bigger and better Christian

Hospital. At last we have got it. No more do we go to .
First Place and 12th Street.

We have a brand new 50-bed hospital erected at a
cost of over 400000. That is a lot of money. Naturallywe WI 7-2420
weren't able to build and furnish the Christian Memo- Frances Burnett, shapely recording -

rial Hospital and tell you everything t if,paid for. Even if successful' artist lour, Just weeks ended at a highly
this was the case, a hospital costs a lot of money for cur- ill's in London. The honey- olor- , r
rent expenses and upkeep. I : ed ,sta l also did several TV ii B mnBaBraaBnBnnnaBnBHanBBBOur 0 '
The hospital, as perhaps most of you ,know. is locat guest tots over BBC
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; 1936 is visiting from Chlcagd SATURDAY, AUGUST 29rf a 1959, ?. PAGE 5

JUfrB'ROWSIN'.M with her aunt, Mrs. Oefcst* g*J. v' .". ......E..t' ...\.J.-. .** V' v'f, > f '" . .
Knowles of 3793 Oak Ave. in Co. .." '
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_H_ _ _' .-,: . . .. .... Alexander rnes advettHHhi '1 I p.. n.vcn' ',
H..y..f.- -
r', -. manager of the Carolinian in Raleigh iSHORTHANDANDOFFERED I starting Sept 15. Mrs. Margaret
The American 'Barf*'Association Allen. Ed, as he was' popularly and public relations director -, .... -' .. ... I Dunn will teach stenoscrlpt at {the
meets in Miami Beach' this week. known to the staff of the Miami fr the AME Zion ChurcH yPil'fG: 'r tame hour on' Mondays end Wed-
'There a; T ,OOO' Judges;'and lawy Times, acme 35 years ago, was a was in Miami this'week.. Mr nesdays starting the 14th.
'_n with their families from staff member in those, days! He Barnes attended the semin b.on
Europe :'arid Canada ,There are was always a fine chap and we traffic safety at the, Bareejpna; J Televised, courses Shorthand' Adults can take either course
more: than 11,000 'visit'ors'at, this are pleased to know that he is Hotel On Miami Beach in -connec- 'and itapMwill be. offered bytLlndsey .for credit for a' $i5 fee 'which includes
convention. doing well. Ed has been employed tion ,with the meeting of the Hopkins Education Center ' -
Among' interesting subjects in the Immigration Depart- American Bar Association.. '.,,', on, educational,. Chanuef 2' this : home study materials.
discussed,was that of abolishing ment for more than 18 years. .)I fall'u'1. c''l'f:1: "1: i Registration is at 1601 NE 2nd

me death (penalty. Mr, .Harriet Withers,' will teach I aver
Richard ; Men's Day at
Governor Michael DiSalle of State Attorney Ger- ... .L ..d _____.. ___ 4..
Ohio asked the association to take stein has withdrawn charges C.M.E.The i I "' "" - - - -
leadership in the abolishment of against Robert Johnston, who Trinity '
c.ipital punishment. -He regarde. shot a 16-year-old boy whom he 'I Sunday morning Men's Day : I
it as belcnging to the dark caujht rifling his car. The charge speaker at the Trinity Church is PIANO SICK?
ages. cf assault with intent to commit I the Rev. Edward T. Graham, p 1.
Too many persons are executed murder was withdrawn after the f pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist rm
simply because they lack ade- boy changed his story that he 'was Church. The morning services SEE VIM PINBER: Sr. I
quate finance for a proper legal merely taking refuge from the will begin at 11 o'clock. Melvin
defense. rain. He was Just looking for loo:. Jackson, manager of the Florida FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO' A )\
State Attorney Richard Ger- I State Employment office will deliver -
stein law it differently fHe main- The Miami Housing Authority the evening service addressat AND ORGAN SERVICES N
tained that only by the threat of has purchased the 34 -unit 7:30: pjm.CAREER. C i
the death penalty can society be Larchmont Gardens Apartmentson 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
assured of a" minimum of major' NW 2nd ave. and 83rd at a POSITION SERVICE I i
crimes. cost of two million dollars. MU, 8.3770
There is no telling how many The Housing Authority's! secro-
have a permanent position ,
murders have been prevented ;
tary, Haley Sofge says $700,000will
I with a nationally known
simply: by the deterrent of the bespent in remodelling theta
criminal knqwing he would facea rtmen'ts. firm. ,K'" .yCvc .c X C I

death, penalty, said the State Jack Dompsey, former world The man or woman who quali- ? ENROLL NOW IN
j attcrney.I champion is in the fighting bus- fies will be given professional
I i iness again. Not as a boxer he is training while ,being paid as a SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor '
Miami lest two of herministers tea old for that, but as ,a promoter trainee. Ccntact L. H. Portlock I
this wedk. The Rev. W. A..Cath- I Jr., 221 NW 9th St., FR 4-1561.
right and the Rev. Leon Porbes. Dempsey is the promotional a Life Long Profession
Rev. Cathright was formerly director of the Rosensohn Enter-
arscciated: with Rev. P. W Williams prises. Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
t f at St. Luke's Baptist Your Vote is Needed
Church, ,but later started a mission On Wednesday the 'group was 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9953 .
f In Liberty City where he successfully in signing 'Champion Register to Vote!
,\ served up tQ the time death. Patterson for a'return bout some
"" "" ''Iii'Ii'Iii'? !'''?S152S 52SZQ
''Rev. Forbes was state evange- time between March and June of
list of the Church of God of Prophecy next year. Each 'boxer is to get
$1,000,000. Furnished You've READ about i it!

Dempsey is also interested ir.
f Metro has net as yet purchased something else, he wants to bring
that bus line. Seems as if they Apts.Large You've HEARD about
Miami. It's'not
more gambling to NEW !
want the taxpayers to vote on ''It. ikely- he will succeed. it! .
Taxpayers dot know and most r
of thorn dcn't care whether 'the apartment, Hot
The Reman Catholic Bishop of
bus line to Mr. water. $18 week }
belongs Pafwley
,: Galway; Ireland, has warned NOW you can GET it!
or Mr. Metro. All the public, '
"ilfanarried that It
young couples Large apartment $17.00 I
wants is that
proper transportatlon against' swimming together, week. Free utilities. '
is afforded! I.. **w 4,"1Mb''the cause! af grava:: sins Direct from New York, Chicago, Cleveland
: What t,Negroes would like to .vh:cb..bring shame and dishonr '-room Apartment, $ 2.0 week. t
know is. when Mr. Pawl y :is,.&ting )-. warned '
j :/'sDr. Michael Brown Free utilities. I and Detroit To Miami the
to hire a Negro driver on 'n' : . . .
week at
a statement read this
routes 20 and 21. Mr. Pawley, all Galway churches. Adults only all apartments
would you deny that they are the newly painted. Beautifully furnsh wonderful amazing
payingist routes in the whole The blshq? also.. reminded .,d. Private bathrooms, prl. '.
system? If net. correct us please.Petitions i Catholic t girl that It is entirely vate entrances. Same rentals all I
wftfhg to wear swimming dress or : Reliable people only. Rene
being: signed ask that I shuts: in the streets' .,* or in shops til, 1190 NW 62nd St. Ap. ({j \;' <:fJ4Nr1r/ n{;; t \ ;
the taxpayers be allowed to say |' and hotels.Join U "* ply all day Saturday and 8irn '1 tij1 {\f ..
they ,iwould like to vote for their I 1 day. Week days Monday thru I J R\Vt: ; t,
sheriff and tax assessors. The I ,>, .., .. Thursday, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. i i.. .iI.t'IJI
sponsors claim they have ,more The NAACP
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than the 10,000 names necessary I ">1I.W\ 9.)!"
to have the question (placed. on --
the ballot in November. ..',

In Haiti President Francois BARKLEY'S COT-JMTE STORE Hair-Weev is a patented method of weave
Duvallier has been arresting

Catholic two ,priests worshippers who were including expelledfor The Friendly Store With The' Warm-Welcome ing beautiful human hair directly to your

security.alleged'Last reasons week of 40 internal persons 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave Phone FR 4-2376 hair, for the purpose of adding length,

were taken from the Notre Dame .
Cathedral while praying in !pro- THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES thickness or covering bald spots. It can be
test against the arrest of the two

priests.In 8.8.8. Tonic 1.45 2.35 Qerltol 1.25 2.98Creomultlon COMBED,. SHAMPOOED and treated

Oklahoma City a 13-year- Swamp Root .09 1.tQ I
old' white boy ,set fire to an oil Cardul 1.29 1.4: like your own hair. Does not come off.
and grease plant resulting in injury Black Draught Syrup .59 Mother't Friend 1.49'
to seven firemen and more
than a million dollars damage.The Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Defies Detection.
bay: said he didn't like .
people at the plant. "They threw John A. McMinn, Owner
thing around. I'll kill anybodyfor a Protects your hair . Hair-W eev protects your

throwing things around. I -.. . -. natural hair and gives your hair a, chance to rest
decided they ought to -be taught
a lesson. fIn and grow.

Bonn Germany 400,000 r
ceople gave President Eisenhowera Lasting beautiful styles . You will marvel at the
rousing welcome. Now the NEW DUPLEX
beautiful styles you can now have with a'' Hair-
president will meet the big man, ,
. Weev.
Nikita Kruschev. They will talk.
We will wait for result .Ont I
thin? is certain, nothing beats 2-Bedrooms Each Side
trial but a failure. Let's hope .,,Younger looking. You will, look years younger

some good comes out of this visit. ORCHARD VILLA .. with A beautiful head of hair that only Hair-
A pleasant visitor to the Miami Weev can gIYetyou' You owe it to yourself to'look

Gibson Times. last of New week York.fwas Mr.Mr.Edward Gibson See 1574 N.W. 58th St. your best!

THf here to see his lather, James
GIbsen. While here he was the .

,.. truest of his- cousins, Mrs. Mildred IDEAL FOR TWO FAMILIES


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Lot All Saturday .
On Large Open Day
." Your lot can be a payment jl>j .

on this 3-bedroom new 2. .

r baths 2-car garage I
BLACKSTONE REALTY Inc. Beauticians Calf PL 4.2434 for training
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THE MIAMI The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Whitehead st. Friends: wish her
well again soon

6 SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 195r.r. TT T' America'sey

.. .. K WeSt Southernmost City DEATH
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SEfIN' .5T ARS.--n - extension Mrs. Ollie, died Russell Monday of Ft. Village

I Aug. 24 Bf Monroe morning 1
VIOLET SEARS BECOMES Miss .VIola Welters and niece General Hos
MRS. ELVIN H. McBEE Miss Ursula Marie Welters, returned pital after a short illness
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Violet Sears and Elvin B. Mc- two months vacation in Norfolk
NEW YORK CITY CNS none of the white couples apply Bee were united in marriage on Va., visiting relatives and friends. .

"Carmen Jones" returns . Of for this specialized group ,because Sunday, August 23 at 4 pan in n -- ,., ,-'.. .
all nights-"Carmen Jones" choseto they Just can't make it. Impressive single ring cere- Mrs. Ethel Whitehead of 709 ..... < ." '\"'"-'..,'.
debit in an open air theatrethe !Here making last minute fare mony held at Trinity Wesleyan Whitehead St. is home after
ig Night The Lights Went Off wells before taking off back to Methodist Church, Rev. GeorgeW.
All Over New York . but it his native land was M. Bank- Allen, faster of the church her spending a month vacation with NOW RENTINGTO
daughter and and
Anthony of who loved .
was a success anyway. Nigeria tfficia ted.
Despite the turmoil and con- New York and made many grand daughter, Mr. and Mrs. SELECT ADULTS
fusion of an opening1 night-plus friends here. He was staying at Other attendants were Mrs. James White, and grand daughter
the big paver breakdown, a groupof the Waldorf Astoria Hotel . Helen Lowery Perkins, jnaid of Gail in Ndw Jersey. ONE BEDROOM
literally unknowns performed We were surprised to hear 6f the honor from Miami, and Mrs. .
beautifully, led by Ethel Ayler progress over in! Africa and to Celestine Shavers Covington, Mrs. Hazel Lopez of New York UNFURNISHED APTS.
whc did Carmen, bringing back hear people from the country bridesmaid. Sh'e was given In City is here visiting her sister,
memories of that fast, frisky speaking English tar better than marriage by her brother, Hilson Mrs. Ethel Thomas, 713 Chapman
character Billy Rose first broughtto Americans. Many of the African Sweeting.Rev. Lane, and iMr. and Mrs.
light soone ten years ago on countries are trying to persuade Jasper Williams, pastor of Erskine Sands, 313 Amelia St. ELENGEEPatio
Broadway. American Negro businessmen to hits| Olive Baptist Church, Mara- Mrs. Lopez is Mrs. Sands' aunt.

Althou'gn' tre New York skylinewas pick up roots and establish themselves thon, was best man. -
blacked out, the theatre itself over there-offering them Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Adderley of
was. well K' hted and patrons free land and /workers, if necessary Mrs. MoBee is a graduate of Miami spent a few days here vie ApartmentsCor.
were glad they came-as the to set up shop. All they ask Douglass Elvin McBee Hljh School., iting his (grandfather, Benjamin
stage is one of the now circular 'Is that they bring their own assistant manager Butler and aunt, Mrs. Eloice Reynolds
theatres which mtkes interesting equipment, as machinery and furniture Key of the West Kwik is Chek Food Storeof of 318 Truman ave 58th St. and
a graduate of
conversation it the is
even play is at a (premium.
a ''flcp. Eartha Kitt Austin High School, Knoxvllle, 12th Ave.
on Kapp label does Tenn. Mrs. Ernestine Mingo Welters
The rest of the cast was in fine nicely with "Love is a Gamble". After the ceremony at the I is, a patient at Monroe General
shape also. William DuPree as All special material-on the back church a grand receptooWas( Hospital Friends wish her a
the GI Joe; Christine Spencer as. she does her version of" a biblical held at their home, 904 Thomas speedy recovery.
the sweet but mistreated Cindy' song When named "Sholem. St. About 300 guests enjoyed this
Lou, who always manages to win Harry Belafonte per- affair. Mrs. Etta Zimmerman Is sick at
complete}. sympathy from the RCA formed recorded recently the at Carnegie Hall, I the home of Mrs. Irene Perez on Register Today!
audience. In the film version, session into an
Diahann Carroll had this role, album they are full of folk Miss Grace Sawyer, grand-
while Dorothy Dandridge played songs calypso and variety of 4 a u Ii' h t e r of Mrs. Row-I f
Carmen and Harry Belafonte did ballads done at his best. ena Pinder, who has been spend FARRAN'S
Joe. I ing her vacation here, returned PALMISTRY STUDIO

DePxee had done the role before NAACP TO PUT to West Palm Beach last week. ;;r"s Madame Farran, life
back in '56 at the City r.. reader, adviser,
Center but the others were new UP BAIL FOR Mrs. Grace Sands of this city born with power Mme. Farrn la na.
at It, The show is for a Jull week. is spending her vacation, in New tlonally known, highly recommended.
FLA. York visiting her daughter and _
FUGTIVE Mme. Farran, the wonder
lady of Miami
Classy Dorothy Donegan has anew son-in-law and grand children, ,
album called "Donnybrook I NEW YORK The NAACP Mr. and Mrs Robert Albury and y,_ has returned to help you with your personal .
with Dona;an" for Capitol and this week guaranteed bail Df family. problems

proves once again she's a wailer j 1 $2,000 for the appearance of Willie ''t S ,,,p Are you unhappy Does bad luck seem
at the piano. A great technician Reid,
she does classic favorites such fugitive from a Florida I to follow you? Are you discouraged, sick
as chain gang, in court when his extradition gan the fight to aid him.
"Tea For Two", "I'll Rememb.April" .r light is! continued, I The NAACP passed a resolution or In distress Mme. Farran" removes evil
and September in Tho Reid escaped several at Its 50th anniversary Influence Reunites
con- the
years ago separated. Turns failure Into
Rain" so beautifully it Is a joy from Lake vention here last success,
County, Fla., in month protest- health
just to sit back and happiness. Phone NE 4-3267
and listen to Sheriff Willis V. McCall, the ing the extradition of Reid. It for appointment.
every clear note. "Negro-killing" officer, Is boss. stated that 'the usual indignities If you cannot come send 2 one dollar bills with stamped,

Dinah Washington has reached McCall shot and killed Samuel and brutalities meted out to Negro self-addressed envelope for your Solar Horoscope,
the top (with "What a Difference Shepherd and critically wounded I chain gang prisoners were
a Day ..Ma es"-top of the 10 bestsellers Walter Lee Irvin in 1951, alleg multiplied against Reid par- Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W. 27th,Ave.
. with Sarah Vaughn's ing that these two (who were ticularly, incarceration- in the
handcuffed "sweat box,"
"Broken Hearted Melody" com. ) had tried to escape.
ing No. Last week the U, S, Court of ?
up as 20 !: .
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Apeals ordered :: I--- _ _ _
iReid freed
In Detroit, Al Kibbler at the on
bail of $2,000 after a successful
Flame Show Bar. Oscar Peterson
Trio at the Keyboard Diahann plea on his behalf ,by the young For The Finest Apartments I
at Moderate
Carroll at the Concord Hotel 1 In law firm of Cohen, Jaffln and Rates-Call
Kiamesha Lake Nussbaum. The lawyers will now
upstate New
York, with comedian Joey Bish- 'file a petition for a writ of certiorari !
up >for an August weekend. They: in! the United States Supreme BONDED
are featuring big entertainment Court in Reid's behalf. COLLECTIONAGENCY '

from New York . to be followed Reid freedom pending the
by Edie Gorme, Jan Murray
outcome of this petition was made ,
and others. possible! by_the_signing of the
can oona oy ROY wukins, NAACP
While Harlem rock and roller executive secretary, who acted In Inc.
are busy practicing for the big an emergency to aid Reid and his
Harvest Moon Ball contest, we lawyers In a legal 'battle that may ,
discovered the rodk and roll sec result in his 'permanent freedom l'
tion is the most {popular and usuAlly from the jurisdiction
of Sheriff _
contest officials leave this .
McCall, i
until! the finale, after the waltzes, Florida officers came to New The largest collection and rental -
tangos, cha cha chas and every. Yorik for Reid several
thing else has been done. The but he received legal aid years and Ago his, agency in the South; operating in hy. t!
couples were so wild last year case went into the courts. He was papa
that when one was twirled by her freed on bail put up'by a relative Dade and Broward '"' '" :'
ankles Counties' K4' ,
at such a fast pace, the in Brooklyn and worked steadily Negro w' ,
audience was sure she would be for one employer for two years.' !
hurled into space. Many white When a court decision went Housing areas.i
couples have tried to duplicate against him last year, Reid was '
these techniques ,but aren't able flnanlly put iback-In jail in New '
to keep up with the fast rhythm. York City in February 1W9 and.
So officials are really hoping last coring his new lawyers be- MANAGING L. L. BROOKS, .PRESJDENT



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FROM PENTAGON: NO COMMENT CATHOLIC resolutions to get out the voters.

The organization marked its gol-

SOCIETY den julbilee with a five-day program -
Rep. Sikes Queries Fitness of Officer PLEDGES VOTECAMPAIGN events.of religious social and busIness -

The convention also backed a
civil rights bill sponsored by Sen.

in Florida Bus Incident MOBILE Ala. (ANP) A Paul Douglas of Illinois.
Catholic fraternal
society made
up Bishop Joseph O. Bowers, SVD,
mostly &f is
NQJTOOS, determinedto Accra, Ghana, addressed the dele-
WASHINGTON ,- (ANP) J blistering letter to Army. Secretary NAACP, told him the story and increase the number of color- gates. A native of the West Indies -
Army officials In the Pentagon .I Wilbur M Brucker, i ed registered voters In Louisiana. Bowers
suggest- requested use of the facilities of Bishop was the first
refused to make an official comment ing that collusion existed betweenLt. Florida A and M. The men ate Some 700 delegates to the an. Negro Catholic bishop consecrated -
vn the case of Lt. J o h n Hammond and the NAACPand heartily at the school. nual fraternal convention of the in the U. S. He was elevatedto
p Hammond, Tam;a, Fla., who took that a racial incident" had Now' Rep. Sikes is attempting Knights of the St. Peter Claver, the hierarchy at Bay St. Louis., +
a group of racially mixed reser- been sparked. i; to add a complainant's letter to meeting here recently, passed Miss., in 1953.
vists, enroute td Fort Bennlog, 'Lt. Hammond's 'personal military
Ga., over to the Florida A and M According to report, Lt. Hammond records .file. The Florida legisla- .
University campus' for a meal refused to permit his unit tion declared in his letter to
after' they were refused servicein of 50 reservists to be served separate Brucker that the lieutenant had For FREE Pick-up and
a cafeteria of the Tallahassee I lunches at the Greyhound the "questioned" qualifications of y I Delivery Service on
bus station I I bus station restaurant Instead he an officer and that the bus sta- PrescriptionsSERVICE .
;contacted the Rev. David H.
tion incident had been unneces
R<1.'. Bob Sikes. (D., Fla.. ) wrote Brooks, president, Tallahassee sary. '
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INTERCHANGE table reservations at the same have bad times.It SIDNKY T. COX'
office takes a ,big man to drive a liruldrrwl PlmrmnrUt Phone FRanklin 3.2932 \
The Florida State Road
Department Several new features will be small car.
was ready early this weekto Included in the attractions of the
A "big wheel" Is mighty small
move ahead en a huge exipress- ball this year, all of which have
way interchange near NW 7th been designed to make' a very compared. to the power that turnsit. \I ."' ..... --i """b""", ----:- 'I<:I.l ............-..... _.-...\_---._'- __ I
ave. and 36th st. However, a timely and fitting sendoff to all
grave doubt clouded the future of the students from Miami and Churches should not advertise
portions of the project vicinity who will be leaving for "Everybody Welcome" when theydo

Bids were opened on Tuesday college during the months of September not mean it. Cash DownBUYS
There is nothing big about a 5,990
in Tallahassee on a coptract for or October. Don't forget
more than one half of the $10- the date it's Friday evening, bigot except his lies.
000,000 interchange. } which /will/ Sept. 4 at 10 o'clock at the Har- We must cease expecting the
test of the world to live brothers
sprawl across some 20 blocks. lem Square Ballroom. as -
until we live as brothers hereat
County member of the State Road UNDERPRIVILEGED Hatemongers who are "agin"
Board, said the fate of the remainder CHILDREN everything are indiscriminate in PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT.
cf the interchange plusa their discriminations.An It
northerly expressway depends I Sandy Green, well known Ml-; automobile can take you HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION
on action by the national Con- ami, who |II now places, ,but if you can't afford it,
gress. affiliated with the Children's it can keep' you ifrom going [places, Close to N.W. 7th Ave.
Authorities I Home at Kendall, recently form.
indicated that The best things in life are free
planners of the ed a special committee for the il
giant federal but iwe need spiritual eyes. to be
"Interstate" program which. pays purpose of aiding the under. able to see them. In Edison Center Area
90 percent c -- -
North-South Expressway, seriously and elsewhere. Green named the
underestimated. costs at the group the Committee for Under. .
,. national level.CONGRESS privileged Children. The group .: r
composed of Green as chair.
SAYS NO ''I.. ; Elliott J. Pleze' secretary; ELECTRICSERVICE OWNER-FR 3-3654
I C, North, treasurer and A
Congress at first turned down Williams business/ "'
a cent and-,-half gas tax hike The committee is manager.sponsoring a Electrical Contractor FOUNDATION INVESTMENT .
asked by President Eisenhower I benefit Gingham Dress Dance HOUSEWIRING I
to keep the program on schedule and Show on Thursday evening,
but a House Committee has recently Sept 24 at the Fiesta Club. TIN "Don't CUll Call us" COMPANY
recommended a one-cent affair is for the benefit of ..
boost to be effective for 22 Christmas cheer and presents for PHONE OX 1.3625 .
months. the children, who otherwise(would 1208 Ainslev Bldg.

H IF AND WHEN have no Christmas cheer during Niht'or Day
the Yuletide season

If and when completed in all Tickets are now being sold for
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details, the North-South Express. asked to contribute in some way "" JmJm Jm"Jm 14U-1IIf MlJlf1lJll.
'" way will undoubtedly serve avery this affair, and everyone will be
} = worthwhile to its success. I'll tell
<,; purpose in this you more
t community But during the Inter- about' this coming event in later SPEND THANKSGIVING DAY
im, while the work is going on, columns.
and plans are being carried out, .
there will Be many inconveniences IN NASSAU '
suffered by many people. But .
it's the price we must pay for YESFor
progress in this modern world of I Rent
ours Let us all hope that the
.. least Expressway possible is time.completed; in the FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY APTS. CRUISEION

,. Free Electricity LEAVE MIAMI TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 5:00 P.M.
Invitations for the annual Stu- Free Water
dents' Farewell Ball, which will w
be held on Friday evening, September Free Stove LEAVE NASSAU THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, BiOO P.M. t
4 at 10 o'clock at the Free Refrigerator
Harlem, Square Ballroom, were ARRIVE MIAMI FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27,' 8tOO A.M.
being mailed early this week. Newly. decorated, attractive
,Anyone who has not received his furniture Your choice of 192 state rooms. $65.00 person and 21 deluxe rooms,
invitation by Aug. 22 Is asked to Privatebath, $80.00 per person '

)kindly call in (person or phone the 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. ((2 (In a room . tax $4.00 per person .
downtown office of the Miami

Times at 1112 NW Third ave., ....--..--.
TR 3-2236 and be will receive
0 Special big Thanksgiving Day Turkey Dinner aboard ship

All meals during entire 3 days included

Expressway Ship is your hotel in Nassau A

s ,,i 2 nights at sea, 2 days and 1 night In Nassau V '

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' :'_." .... . Concrete Block and Frame ,, (JACO, Ltd. of Nassau and Hollywood) '::,'


SALES OFFICE $25 deposit required for reservation '':

: 6901 N.W. 5th Court PL 8-1261 Ticket and reservation handled through

Downtown Office North's Travel Bureau, 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.

Room 504 Industrial Bank Bldg.
25 W. Flagler' Street -FR 4-1811

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.REGISTRATIONSET I for clerical and stenographic positions -IN ./YHIAt'AENE
i Classes in this section! will -.
I b: conducted in the following 5-3513 N.W. 22nd'Ave.. & 69th St.
FOR NHS subject' areas: typing (beginning ,I "t
and advanced); shorthand: (beginning 1
I, II and! III. At ,regular
I the business education W .,li : .i
Classes will resume on Sept. 8 section administers a refresher / YF s )
Division of
at the Adult Evening workers and
course for secretarial PRODUCTION
the Northwestern Senior iHighSchool aspirants.:;: This intensive<<:= course is ; \
after the annual two week
designed to prqjJare aspirants for THE TEN COMMANDMENTS r rCHARLTON
summer break. Registration, tests leading to<, regular: employ
which is now in progress, will ment in civil service and indus-
continue through the week of trial, positions. .
Sept. 8-11 Dade Countians are At a period tin our country's:;
ajaln reminded of the exceptional history where education is a _
opportunities afforded them thru prime factor, every citizen owesit .
the program of adult: education. to himself! to clbtain as much a
There are numerous jobs awaiting training as Is available. The time
trained people, and the adult spent in 'bettering one's training .f
classes will ,prepare indiviudalsfor definitely pays off in terms of
these Jobs Education serves better adjustment to life's problems #. .I- :
the double ,purpose of aiding the l and greater personal satisfaction. -
wage earner to. increase his earn- Make> the school's motto. Clinton Moon has been ap. I
ings while he widens his secs;e your personal by word, uE :JCa- pointed public relations directorof I ::.,> ,
of_und.:rstanding. tion doesn't cost; it pays." the Sir John, Miami's luxurious
resort hotel
PLANTSFruit Mr. Moon, a native of Birmingham I
The vocational and trade train-
Ala., has previously workedas I
ing department will offer courses trees, flowers, shade trees. field representative for the
in automotive' mechanics, radio: One of the largest variety selec- National Opinion Research Centerof :
and television electronics, tailoring tion In Miami Come by and takea the University of Chicago and
mechanical: drawing and look. most recently as an account ex-
drafting, woodwork shop, dry ALONZA KELLY ecctlve of Jesse J Lewis and As.
cleaning and power machine sew 1475 NW 67th St. OX 1-0547 soclates, Inc., Birmingham pub.

ing. lie relations and Marketing Con ,' YUL ANNE
Students in the classes just not. Debbie's PlaylandTo sultant firm.Vogue .
ed earn certificates of proficiencyand HE5TONBRYNNRBAXTER
are absorbed+ into the local Open Sept. 8 Offers New y. ?' YVONNtROBINSQN'DECARLO
Industrial. picture The .vocational! ...
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school boasts an enviable record I _,
cf job placements on the part of Beauty ServicesVogue t =z,
its graduates. People who have 4
completed the 10th grade and are Beauty Fair at 233 NW DEBRA PAGtl' JOHN DEREK
interested in obtaining a techni- Oth st is now offering two. entirely 1 '
cal skill (would do. well to inquire i I I new beauty services along t ,, [ SIR CIDRIC HARDWICK NINA FOCH
about membership in any one of Ti: with its regular service., The ser- + :' .j' '" MARTHA JUDITH VINCENT
vices are Cold Straight and Hair \ {?:: ,) l
these them
classes which interests Weev :;. 5COH-ANDERSON PRICE
HOMEMAKING OFFEREDThe .;', .-' I V.m.(.........V AtN A3 AACKtNZlt"Pius 1
, COLD STRA'GHT; is so right Jt3Jt, L LASa'f.....JJO CoW>s.rRtDR1C rRAlCl
Homemaking classes which < because- it is so gentle, It is a .. ,v.+ e..I.,.... 110&.'5CI1I'IUIU"" ....__""
will continue to operate thraullfIthe I balanced fcrmula] which leaves t $ >5 ....... ,..J..JIA.4.A..1.1." ...

summer vacation have al-I hair conditioned to withstand 1 x.,', ",".;. AP.......,.... ICOLOJt
ready attracted a large following moisture and perspiration' and Is .' .Wlr.
.Members of these courses have a compliment to any type of hair. Selected Short Subject

learned many useful skills, and HAIR WEEVis, because Admission 60c This Showing Only
continue to explore new and W7m so right -
fruitful studies which make them :::, It is so natural. It is woven ,
more efficient in the ,pursuit of by hand so closely to the scalp SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY I
their hone management activi- that the wearer never knows It's '
ties of this department have f there and never loses it. The
spread to. the point where they wearer treats It as she would
now operate in all sections of her very own wet shampoo, etc.) All the crackling action..
This is the quickest and surest
Dade County. method of growing and thickenng All the rousing romance.. ;' ; I

CLASSES FOR ALL the human hair. of America's brawlin'.w

The evening high school is devoted Mrs. Opal King ana her staff growing-iip
primarily to. giving the of five competent operators invite
chance to people to obtain the your ap/-cintm/ > at Vogue days! x% '
hl,h school diploma, however, Beauty Fair Call FR 96610.
classes are available for people 1959 Kink and Queen
'uvho have had little or no public Join! the happy band at Debbie's
school training. Each semester, Playland on Sept. 8, For regis Register Today!
..;eople receive diplomas enab- tration and other information .. y
ling them to qualify for civil service call NEwton 4-8315' ; NEwton Your Vote is Needed Tt1E
jOb opportunities, .entrance'
5-8052( or FRanklin 4-1205.
into college, or admission tp technical tt ._____ iSSoIfrndalarwl
study in the vocational de- Debbie's PlavlandNURSERY

partment. AND ,


addition to all the foregoing '4800 NW 24th Court
offerings, Northwestern Evening Mrs. lana Perry, Supervisor THEATRE
School has a business education I Mrs. I Smith, registrar and M-Q-M's Different Western I I.R. IjffJjN'3
department that trains students Instructor I'

,; 1, "Blue Denim" .ASr'litE' .

COOK'S I !, MacDonald Carey tt rrtng
Glenn FORD : .

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KIDDIELAND II'R' :-" .r --". Jeanne CRAIN i' ;


Ma Russ 1AM&YN

Kindergarten BUNCHE ,-

Tel| NA 1.7322
1840 N. W. 152nd TerraceTel. !! Edward Sunday"Kookle"thru Wednesday Burns In a KIRKDOUGHSmmm '

MU 1-2710 ; :s'i< Dna Locka "REFORM SCHOOL l 4 4HAL

GIRL"Fay Spain t ) { ., ,

in "Drag Strip Girl" '

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CERTIFIED TEACHERS Air Conditioned; ,. I




Registration from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. and 4'p.m. 6 Aug. 30 31, Sept. 1
Randolph Scott 1M01t
"Ride Lonesome'"Man
W. H. CUNNINGHAM, Supervisor 4
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Completes' Course Personal Mention In Daytona Beach at Bethune- 'ttf r. \, I......s ; l
mayor. C. Sullivan Culver
were: ,
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---' -'" "I"- Cookman College for two days !
M"i" Elsaida I. The conference ingAtversitied.t\ I, TKJIrv i , ;ityay g jlfddlfl Bunyan. Jr., Booker ]?
Is with 100
still a per aW d DCTrlsTn .
T Washington: David B. Simmons
enjoying the visits of cent attendance of 22 ; -
N : her friends male and, on-the-job training program ,!or.. '
I as she recuperates; at Jackson Memorial six female coordinators,. was one Hth and 12th grade students. Northwestern; George R. 7'
Hospital on the second of the most fruitful ever held. .:,Those coordinators representing ,William_ Carver .and Daniel R. f ') !
floor, room 18 She hopes to be This i A"as due to the presence of J >Bade, alo> with their.*to I g ''h'' Francis; North Dade v' t.
home soon. more than a dozen resource _: , .
I mcstly from the State persons Department -- a t ,. ....
.r t/4I Iir' Mrs Estella M, Williams, for and the State Director II'Jf THE4MIAMI 'TIMES "Thq ..Peoples' Newspaper ,
mer teacher and Dr. Williams The ; ti II
principal of the ., ?
Dade, was welcomed to AY AUGUST :29, 19,59' -V PAGE
County School system, has ; the city by the {'\. u",, I '' '. ,
said "Bon voyage" again to her : ., .c . ",'.:
family and many, many friends. ,. J" .;
She sailed from New York a4 ', ,, .. T
Aug. I ,," ;i''. ','
18, enroute to Munich, Germany, ,,
where she will resume her duties ..... iAIL .
/ in the .. 4 "
S' : United field States of education Army. (with the -- (' j'.. .

I f4 While here, she took time out "
from her many social engagements -
business appointments and '
duties at home to have many
:friends from all over the county '
enjoy a "Show and Tell Party"at nafuraIgas > : :

untries.: her home. while sharing visiting her rich many experience !t

Mrs. Williams was guest at .,
Mrs Mary Wilson, graduate of many social events while here. -.' 1
Booker T. Washington High of Entertainment extended as far as
\'orflk, Va., and Nickerson Perrine and Homestead. Mrs. '
Beautv School of Jacksonville' Pate of Perrine and Mrs. Leon CLOTHES DRYERS
completed the Instructor's course ard and sister of Homestead ;
at Ceaser's:: University She Is served as joint hostesses with a .
of Mary's House of farewell .
owner Beau- 'party for Mrs. Williams '
t tv', treasurer of Beautician's Unit The menu consisted of (you nameit
Vo, 7, and Instructor at Ceasor's They had it).
Mrs Emma Cooper Zimmermanand
Greater Bethel cousin, Miss Alzata Cooper
vacation plans are for Nassau -
Has Successful Bahamas. This weekend they
will leave via Pan American Airways -

Homecoming Friday, Aug. 28 Wash clothes . dry them fluffy
Greater: Bethel AME Churchand Mr. ,and Mrs. Lawrence Rah- rainy days after supper. . any Y 4,
its entire membership have ming of Miami returned this
nothing but smiles 'of 'appreciation Reek from a week's stay In Nassau It takes only one washday to make an automatic
for all .ivho participated In While in Nassau they were natural gas clothes dryer tho nearest and dearest thingto .
he houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. a
making the Sunday homecoming celebration Roosevelt Godet. Mr. Godet is one a woman's heart. It out-shines, out-smarts and .
on a huge
A large crowd was on hand success.*o of Nassau's jewelers. The Rah- out-saves every other appliance in her home. ,;

hear the pastor, Rev. S. A. Cou- mings report a very enjoyablestay Statisticians estimate that an automatic natural ,
in the Bahamian Capital.Mrs. .
sin, ,;reach a stirring sermon dryer 20 complete working days
can save
gas you
Rahming is the former Miss
from the text of the Prodigal J.
Son This was appropriate fcr Eloise Atwell. plus 40 miles of walking and more than II

the effort to revive, those whoare 2000 pounds of lifting and lugging in \
not regular In attendance andkeC'p Cyril and Angelena Thompson, 4
children of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell a year's time! Natural gas is faster, t
alive those who
are regular (Elaine) Thompson arrived In kinder to clothes and more economicalthan

A delicious dinner was servedthe Miami on Monday on the Champion any other method of drying. ;,{
large number of visitors T" .
from New York after enjoy- '
It's of rain
absolutely independent ,
present as well as the membersin ing a 'wonderful summer with
the basement of the church II their father and grand parents, wind and weather. No wonder '

following the servicesr !Mr. and Mrs; William Bullard of so many housewives cheer, ',.y,; .j ,
Amonij those persons servingon the Bronx.) now that natural gas is beret! t Y s s Y ; x> :
various committees were: Mrs. :' '
Alice! Lemon, 'Mrs. Maggie Green, Miss Mary Roberts of Nassau, '
Mrs Shorter, Miss Elliott, Mr arrived last week by Pan Amer- i : .: ,: ": '
Manual, the usher boards, Daniel 'scan Airways on her vacation.She : '
R. Francis and many others. is house guest of her aunt, :/
Mrs. M. Jchn-on of 1531 NW 1st

Attention, Parents!
DCT Coordinators I
The C- 1753
x Kindergarten
NW 4th coUrt, is now registering Attend StateConference
for its fall term beginning SeP-, '
tet ber 8. You may. come or call \
FR 1-8488 or OX 11834. Miami and Dade County was:
B. F. Cox, supervisor well represented at the State
W. O Cox, manager Planning Conference for DCT ,
S19 c-ordinators recently It was held

: for yourself how automatic I '
I Rupture o Piles o Prostrate y
Natural Oat Dryers operate for I ,

e Rectal.Diseases o Varicose Veins one-third the coat of other fuel. ", .f'

Effective painless non.surgical office treatments at low .cst- FR 34777REMINDERI

no lost time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why f

I wear truss? Why suffer, delay, and get worse? 4 < r t


I Special medication, treatments diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcers
blood pressure sinus anemia, lost vigor, chronic diseases Don't think of natural gat as C '
of men and women. just a better way to dry clothes. ''

I DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING. Use it for all it's worth in "

21 S.W. 13th Ave., FR 3.2748 A General Health Service 7 Big Ways .'. to make your ; g T

1_ life better, happier, easier 7"y J n<


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Sensational .i'.>>. < ,
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Actually Home plus Duplex !
d : / It t(I ((1.Y

Completely furnished 2 Carports .

OWNER VERY ANXIOUS Just naturally better for the BIG 7 home services
: it, tAs out ,
WATER HEATING- Fast safe,dependable...more economical,tool .
COOKING-1 100% heat cont/ I. Fast warm.up. All automatic I f. t
Open All Day comfort Ideal for Florida's sudden changes. '. '
HEATING-Quick '*'' ..Mi'... :.J
INCINERATOR Disposes of garbage and and sanitary. -.l,,: 4 .
55th Street
See In .sAIR iit.
REFRIGERATOR/ Silent and efficient Dependable emergencies.t; ; '
CONDITIONING- The quality method...can be combined with heating ''';':J;rr' .. .
o and most economical work.savw I' .
CLOTHES DRYEI-Today's greatest ,, ; i 4T.:: :

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CONGREGATIONALDr 'Youths Off to' '

I H. C. McDowell, pastor Church Confab

A. E' McNeaJ. reporter. Miss Francenia Hall, Miss Ethel

: The members of the Congrega- Delancy and Woodrow Crouton
.' tional Christian Fellowship are youth of Etoenezer Methodist
aitLr41 hcrdby called to assemble on Church left Friday night to attend -
c ) Sunday, August 30, immediately the ''National Convocation of
.. following the morning worshipfor Methodist Youth, !which convenes
1Ineto, the purpose of declaring August 24-28 at Purdue University -
jt1 themselves in the matter of per- I ,L>aiFayette' Ind. The youths
manent and definite organizationas 'were accompanied by Mrs. J, I..
a church; and to transact other Dixon.

a needful business pertaining Harold E. Stassen will be one

thereto. cf the Beakers, also Mrs. Eleanor

S still'' All signers of our charter and Roosevelt. Moderator lor the ses-
Sl MT. CALVARY BAPTIST friends who are interested in our sion ,will be the Rev. Theodore A.
u church asked to attend this Gill, ifcnnerly managing' editor of
c THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Kev. E. M. Thomas pwtor meeting ,which is of great impor- the Christian Century and now
5 Phyllis Myers, reporter
president of San Francisco Theo-
81 SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1959 PAGE 7 tance.
Sunday, School....................... 9:30: logical Seminary.
0 tJtJ, .. Morning;worship .................... 11:00: Rev. McDowell, (will speak on
BTU ...?...*..........-............:.......... 5:3Q "The Types of Church we will
T ST. LUKE BAPTISTMrs. GRACE PRESBYjTEJUAN Evening, worship ...-............... 7:00, commit ourselves." to when we reo'rganized. MONROE:: MUSIC HOUSE

C Bunesba Green, reporter 14 th Ave. and 69th Street Our shutin is Sis. Essie Mae Everything In Gospel Music

fltl Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Sunday School........... 9:30.sum. .Doten. We hape for you a speedy Everything for the Church.

Sunday School( ....._. 9:30 Morning,Service ............ 11:00: a.m. recovery. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Hymnals, Furniture. Mail orders
w Morning worship ...... 11:00: Westminster Fellowship 6:00pm/ Visitors are always welcome.ST promptly filled. 936 N.W. 3rd
11o BYPU .-. 5:30: Evening Service 8 p.m. N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr Ave., Apt. 1. FR 4-8904, Miami,

Evening worship .-.......... 7:00: ; JAMES.A.M E. Phone FR 9-I424 Fla.
7 Jr. Usher Board Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor MASSES
Mon., 8 7 pjm. Sr. Usher Board Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter Dally; ................................' 8.a,n '
Mon., 'p.m. Meet Minnie T. Copeland reporter Sunday....... '7 a.m & 8:30: a.m ASTHMATICSWant
il Tues., 7 p.m. Jr. Preyer Sunday School............... .... 9'30
Tues, 8 pan. Adults Bible Class School....................... 9:30
ita Sunday : Morning worship .........:.......... 11:00: simple, effective relief
Wed., 8 p.m. No 1 Choir rehearsal Morning worship ...........-....... 11:00: ACE League ............................. 5:30: from choking, racking hron
i) Thurs., 8 p d and Mission Meeting No. 2 Choir Evening worship .................... 7:00: 3078 NW 45th St. Ilreattwfl''" -, At'fhft' 'you'
JC. Friday 8 pjn. At 11 a.m. the male chorus will
Rev have
Rudy Keaton, pastor been missing.. There's no
The Deacons will be In chargeof
render music. Our pastor
Our annual Woman's Day cele- the service for the Sis. Marjorie Shelby reporter substitute for original Breath-
iie prayer deliver the
bration will be held on the fourth messageAt easy Inhalant and nebulizing get
Sunday in October. The general morning and evening services. Evening Service ............ 7:30 p.m Get comfort b breathingJimi-
2 5:30 the ACE League ) /
Choir No. 2 and ushers No p.m.
Prayer: Service Thurs 7 .
a B. Sullivanis .41
Mrs. uwpu .
chairman, i u 111t"'II..I
appealing to each and every rendering service in morning, will meet, and all young, (peopleof ...................."..... .... Stall; n.n,
11i itto member especially the women to choir No. 1 and usher ,board No. the church and community are I Morning Service ..... ..... n I an. &: J 1)1111(5 OKIT: HTOUK
1 rendering service in the even- invited to attend. Mrs. Eura V.
come out to the Women's Day .
Williams is president of the
ing. -
itci meetings and do whatever they .league and is doing a fine job in '
ii can to make this celebration a The pastor and leaders of the building up this department. All I' A'I'TS'U'

c, great success. shutins. pastor's anniversary program members of)( the, church are, urged OPPORTUNITY A W-
al Pray for the Mrs. P. Hall and Mrs. Pierce say to come out and support her in. .

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST thanks to all for making this this great work. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
tIH program successful. Special
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor thanks to the visiting pastors, and Plans are underway for the PSYCHIC READER
their congregations for their help opening of our kindergartenschool
r Claudia Wilson, reporter spiritually and financially. Sept. 8. Registration for .

w Sunday School......... 9:30 children is now being taken at
tIrl Morning worsrhlp 11:00 Let us continue In prayer for the office, 1845 NW 65th st. by
rkti Evening worship ...... 7:00: cur shutins: Bro. Nunn, Rev. Mrs. Ida M. Wright, 6651 NW
BTU ...... 5:30 Smith and Bro. Barnes. 17th ave., and by Mrs. Cleora W.
one. rooks, 5930 NW 19th ave."
The pastor' will deliver the 9 I Plans are also 'being made for
pjn. message at the Ministers and Rev W T. Thomas, pastor the llth annual Woman's Day observance -
; Deacons Union to convene with Phone NE 5-1518 which will terminate

ltItJ;i the Friendship Baptist Church in Sunday School....................... 930: Nov. 15. Mrs. Sarah Mobley has
Hallandale on Friday, August 28. Morning worship .................. 11:00: been selected chairlady of this
n The choirs, will sing combined, Evening worship .................... 7:30: event, and Mrs. Susie Smith as
usher .boards will be co-chairlady The
E also the women of St.
Come and hear
a !gospel preacherand
combined in services.On James have pledged to make this
:c successful pastor event the greatest ever
Monday evening, August 31,
the Junior choir will-celebrate its Matthew Temple AMEZ An invitation is extended to all
'vc anniversary. Bro. James Akins members and friends of St.
' : had to leave town for Hiltonhead, 1628 N.W 5th Ave. James to participate in the ser- .., .
hc c'G SAC to be at the bedside of his Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor vises and ,all activities of the I. iuwi* of K\Ml| ('Mie !guide and protect JOU. through
c'n) mother, who later died. Let us Sunday School 9:45 un. church. Life It" n Lighthouse< guides the ship in a storm
( continue In prayer for him also Morning Worship 11:05: urn
AO the sick. Evening Worship: 7:30 pjn. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
For Success in Business And Love
11: BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. God has blessed us with two 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace
v: more joiners this week. Every Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor CONSULT HER -
ir Gloria Hoeppner of Pompano fourth Sunday night is Missionary
n Beach, who has lived in Night and out missionaries- ,There will be a sale at the 0 You can now have your home made happy ,
p. Mexico Alaska, and the British really put on a wonderful program home of Sis. Eliza Johnson, 7159 O Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
West Indies 1 will lead the dis- God was trully present in NW 16th"ave.. on Saturday, Aug. Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
B cussion at the Bahai'l Center, 137 our services. We had a highly 29 from 8 pjn. until This sale is O By the help of God she can help you
NW 11th ave., Sunday, "Aug. 30.' commented and inspiring report sponsored by Deacon Ernest Moss ,
Her subject will be, 'Is Prayer from our delegates, Mrs. Pauline and is a benefit, for the men day Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Necessary?" Ferguson who represented us at contest. Come out and help make troubleIt
ofSi Tea will be served at 6 pjn. the South Florida Conference the affair a success.
and discussion will begin at Saturday will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium Flint
which met at Hartford, Conn. AU morning, Aug. 29, the
7. Everyone Is cordially invited to .who listened to her report were Sunday School is having its an. Where thonifttxls come early for help and advice you too can
participate., deeply touched. nual outing at Virginia Key 6e touched by this strange mysterious power
/ Beach. The truck will leave the .
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME The Citywide Missionary Circle church at 900; the fare is 25c WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

will be held on Sunday, Aug. 30. for children and 50c for adults. Manse nod who .delivered Moses and the children of Israelof
Richmond Heights 3 .pjn. at our church. Cupid has done it again.. On
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Saturday Sept. 5 Miss Ethel Mae old l I 1- Mill alive today and' will open a way for yon through
the troubled seas of life. It not him that Is blind lead orlint
Sunday School....................... 9:30 Pastor's' CouncilThe Ingraham, member of. the No. 2 you
Morning service ........ ........ 11:00: choir will exchange marriage tnniblf with him.
ACE League .......................-... 5:00: Pastor's Council of the vows the home with of Luther Holden Jr at Do )"on ilouht the existence of things because yon cannotse

Evening service ..._................... 7:30 South Florida Conference of the 1970 NW 166th the St. bride's aunt them?
Opa Lodka.
AME: Church, will hold its regular Deacon and Sis What <1o< you think of the! Invisible waves and sounds that
Next Sunday will mark the be- Gladstone La-
ginning our revival 'which will meeting AME Church August, 31 Ft at: Mt LauderdaleRev. Henmon roda will motor to Richmond, mnke Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

be conducted by the Rev. Jas F. E. Sneed, pastor. The Va. on Tuesday morning to be A .seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret' "silent in the
Grisby 'of Hurst Chapel AME session will open 10 a.m. Rev. E. in-law with their mother and mother- dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN
Church of birthday. We
Perrlne. M. Blocker, secretary Rtv. J. S. are
; praying for them POWER" .
Our pastor is asking that all Blake, president a safe trip.
women of the church wear white A teachers' class has been set Therefore, acquaint your- "
next Sunday morning. He is extending up for the Sunday School Clan
self with the one who is an
will be held rA
an invitation to every Monday night
come out and partake everyoneto of this Notice to Church in the dining room. We are asking authority. Whose private Ji ,t

spiritual feast. all teachers to take a part in consultation will evolve you ; #mt
Reporters these classes. to a higher state of mind.
Mother Osceola Hall is ill, visit On the first Sunday in next
her and say a prayer for her and In an effort to make our month there will be baptism at All Information is-
I all the other sick and shuitins. church page more interesting and the church in our morning ser 3
II I On next Sunday the delegates newsy may 'we suggest that our vice. We are asking all candidates Strictly Confidential
will make their report from the church reporters include more of to attend the rest of the:classes. ,r
Ir f State Sunday School conventionin the coming activities in their reports We were very happy last Sun. Office llniin t> ft.m.-8 .p.m.
Jacksonville. We would like instead of what has taken day morning, to have Dr. Yaeger .
to commend Lessie Haynes. Katie place already. A coming meeting to worship ,with us.' Visitors Hominy: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
, Coles and Don Bell for their or program, names of electee l always welcome to the little Don't Write-Call in Person -
} fine representation and wonderful delegates to conventions shut- church with the big warm wel-
behavior. The Martin Memo in members, church social functions come. DMI/V HKADIM 1.00 UT
rial ,Club is sponsoring a family all certainly make better Rev Taylor was'
carnival on August 30. There will reading than what has gone by, on last Sunday morning That us 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
be lots of fun and refreshmentsof An exception to this would be a sign that he is
all kinds will be sale. reporting the outcome of special Pray
on the sick for MADAM
events, i.e. Men's or Women'sDay prayer is the key HUNTER
to Heaven.
anniversaries etc.
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( ) 3078 N.W. THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People. Newspaper"SATURDAY scribe which makes me happy to
, 2571 NW. 152nd Terr. Rev. 45th St. I share and have a big hand In
t:.. Ven. John E. Culmer Marjorie Rudy Shelby Keaton, pastor AUGUST 29, 1959 PAGE II housing so many of my people.

'1 priest in charge reporter r------:: ''''' ''' - ................-.... .... ... ...,.... ,........ ........1
Stanley Sweeting reporter Sunday School III1.........._. 9:30: Shalt'we elect or appoint the
Services every Sunday Morning worship .................... Huu: tax assessor and the sheriff?
... Morning worship .................... g3o aTU .........?...?............................ 5:3U: Richmond Heights Flashes I These questions. will appear on
Sunday School..................... ifoso Evening. worship ...........???... 7:00: !the ballot voter ticket, will If sign you,the as papers a registered -

Zion( Hope being circulated in Dade County. -
BETHEL BAPTIST M. Baptist 1 By ORA D. TALYOR Thanks to Mrs. Ruth Freemanof

Richmond Heights 1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. ,n'HHHH . ......... - - ,.... ........ Jackson street. Mrs. Mary
Rev. L. R. Ross Rev. C. W. Scott, INSPIRATION Taylor of Lincoln Boulevard and
MOMENTS tives and school .friends In Birmingham Mrs. Vernlce Ross of Monroe St.
Jean E. Scott Sunday School It is obvious
reporter that God loveth the
9:30: cheerful and Anniston. The rest for their participation In getting ,

Sunday School ........................ 93:0: BTU Morning Service 11:00' : those giver who and plentifully rewarded was excellent medicine before some papers signed. ,
Morning .... 8:00: pay vows beginning a great task ahead 'e f
service .......?.:. H:00 and give to
BTU ........*............................I..I..s 1.. 5:30 Evening Service 7:00: causes and people.needy and We worthy selling and managing sales of CHILD CARE CENTER Mrs.
Evening service .... Prayer Meeting 8:00 do not Armstrong Manor a new beau Ruth Freeman, 14035 Jackson st.a .
...?..........?... 7:06 have to go out of our
(,Tuesday night) find range to tiM subdivision now being read civic and church worker of
The women day program will 1 Give either group or individual. led for hundreds of home owners. Bethel Baptist Church is opening
be held on Sunday; Sept. 27. ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev be not with a high look or to The model home is on 107th ave. a day nursery at her home. She
The hospitality committeewill/ seen of men. Be not weary In near Coral Reef across from Fla. Applied to the correct sources and
be held on Sunday, Sept. 20. J. L. Johnson, pis tor doing for God and fellowman Power and Light plant as you was granted a permit. Mrs. Free-
We are asking for your cooperation Sunday Services of daily. Fret not yourself because enter the Heights from highfway 1, man is competent and worthy.

and to come out and sup Sunday; School.......*.. 9:30: a.m triumiph evil= doers. Right will always She will appreciate your bring
port the :programs. Morning Worship ...?... 11:00: ajn analysis over of wrong in the final Come out Sunday afternoon to ing your children. She can accept -
events ten 'children.u .
Visitors are always welcome to 3TU ...... 5:30 pjn your hospitals Remember the model home bedrooms ,
come and worship with us. Evening Worsuip 7:30: p.m old folks homes, nursing homes, tHe 'bath, built-in kitchen t
Visitors always welcome Juvenile homes, colors you like, front and back
NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev. 323 N.W. 14th St other'prisons, individuals as well as the mapy, spacious porches. Only, no down Beautiful Home
and oa
groups with $350 closing. Easy qualify
H. C. Samuels pastor Mt. Pleasant Methodist needing help and encouragement. ing. No red tape. The renting :Your Lot
Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter man's dream Own your home

Morning service .................... 11:00: 2170 Washington Street SCRIBE'S VISIT PLEASANT and pay by week. If you will lt tfnu
Morning service .................... 11:00: Opa Locka'I -It was a great pleasure to ever own your own home now _
Evening Service .11,1.1............. 7:00: Sunday School............... 9:30: ajn.I in Alabama visiting eels vacation is 1 the< time. I will be on the S
Morning worship ...............?... n.-oo: Morning worship ............ 11 aim grounds.. Evenings or day call
CE 5-4246.
Sunday, Aug. 30 at 3 jp.m.: the
No. 2 choir will 't Sponsor must TRIUMPH CHURCH MT. HERMON A. M. E. MEN'S DAY SUCCESSFUL _

cal program. ll pastor at Kerr Memorial, Meth' S.s. S. Daniels, reporter Rev. Samuel Gay pastor Church. North Miami Beach Complete building service
guest speaker.Church, Perrine will be School of Wisdom ...........?... 10:00: Publicity Committee Rev. W. E. Taylor, pastor (was a PLANNING '

Chicken dinners (will be on sale Evening service ........................ 8:00 Morning worship .....///1..... 11:00: favorable great success.and The the weather attendance was BUILDING

Saturday at the home of Sister TRINITY Sunday School....................... 9:30: good. Rev, s. S. Gay pastor' of FINANCING
Leanora Coats, 6522 NW 8tfa ave. WESLEYAN Evening worship .................... 7:00 Mt. icemen In Opa Locka, was Your New Home
to benefit the pastor's aid club. Rev. George E. Johnson pastor guest speaker and-delivered a'coul
You can obtain delivery service Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reports GREATER NEW BETHEL stirring message. He was support.ed REPAIRING
by calling PL 4-0064. unday tichooi .................... 9 urn Rev. W. K. SmJth, by his choir and congregationin REMODELING
Morning ............ pastor floe numbers. Gibbs ,
worship ........ iiu I : Mrs. R. Conley Clerk Chapel RENOVATING
ST. MARY'S thank Rev. W. Henderson
W. M. foung People's Meeting 5 p.m and
Morning worship .. congregation for the use of their Over
Rev. E. A. Culmer .1..111,1 .1.1 11:00: Twenty Years of
pastor Ml. Sunday School..................?... 9:30: church for space and all who Construction Experiences
Sunday School....................... 9:30 CALVARY BAPTIST BTU ..........11..1............................ 5:30: attend participated. Those who could not GuaraiMd
Morning worship ....1.1.1,1111.. 11:00 Rev. E. M Thomas pastor Evening worship .............1.?... 7:0SALTER'S : 0 help in can building yet send a donation Gibbs to SatMfaotlon'

Evening worship .................... 7:30 Phyllis Myers reporter Chapel now under construction.This new '
9 l
Sunday School began Sunday School..................-... 9:3G: CHAPEL means Richmond Height, Qaar7 L
csual hour. Mrs. at the Morning service ............11111.11 11:00: ( Rev H. J. Benson, pastor also. ,
erintendent, who Worthy returned, our from sup Evening' service ...............-....... 7:00: Ruth Twlggs reporter mv (oc} t aQ

her vacation and honeymoon, was Sunday School......... .............. 9:30: WELCOME TEACHERS We NE 5-6171
. seeted. by all. ST. LUKE BAPTIST Morning<>rshfp ................ ....11:00: were shaking hands this week
ACE League ........................... 5:30 with many teachers who havereturned 1121 N.W. 29th Street
At the 11 am. service the Rev. Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Evening worship .......?........... 7:00 from vacation and study Miami
H. V. Stuart preached from the, Sis. Susie K. Whitehead, reporter and have moved into new homes,
subject, Master many sold to them by
Thou? Come and, Where" Dwellest Sunday School ........................ 9:30 NEW HOPE BAPTIST your .
Our See. Morning service .................... J 1:00B Rev. James C. Brown ,
We pastor that is still on vacation. TU ....................................... ... 5:30: Uro. Vandell Dovan, pastor
pray he is enjoying it ..... ? reporter
that he will Evening worship NNNIN ... 7:00
return to
refreshed. us quite Sunday School.I?................... 930:
ANTIOCH BAPTIST Morning worship ................ 11:00:
MT. ZION A. M. E. Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor BTU Evening. worship\ .................... 7:00: Z
A. L. Johnson .111.1.NN/.N..N/.N.-.N 5:30:
22nd Ave.
Corner 152nd St.

Opa Locka Sunday School......?............... 9:45:
Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Morning Service .................... 11:00: You May
Sunday School............... :30 BTU ............................................ 5:30:
Morning worship ............! :11 ajn ajn Evening worship ...?............... 7:06: Dream Dreams 1 .

League ...........1..1..1.......... 5 pjn and See 'Visions
Evening worship ................ I p.m. THE INCARNATION ,.

1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr.
GREATER BETHEL A.M.E E. S. Clarke Jr., dear D

Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor Susan Duller reporter + DELIVERY DRUG p

Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter SUNDAYS

Sunday School ....................... 9:30: Solemn Sung Mass and
Sermon .
Morning ..... -
worship .......... 11:00: 4OA,8v. Prop.
Evening worship .;......... ....... School and Bible
? 1:00: Class ...........?.? I......... lOam I
E. Y. C. Meeting ...........? 5:30 pjn
TEMPLE BAPTIST Solemn Evensong and

Men's Day lau Sunday Sermon ......................_ 7 p.m
Central Life Insurance Co.
success both spiritually and fi WeekdaysLow
nancially. Two challenging and Mass: Wednesday morningsand a.
able messages were delivered especially All Saints Day fl:30 am. .3 b IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR I

for the men The morning / .
speaker was the Rev. R. Thompson -
director of Religious Educa- with this ao-called Dream Seal
tion at Mt. ZIon and Director of Goulds Florida Only $2.00. Money back guaran New Family Group PlanFather
The Missions for the FEC Association. Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor teed. Try one today!
Rev. -O. A. Pratt, associate Sis. Beatrice Mencey, reporterOn
minister at Mt. Olivette, preach JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP Mother, Children-All Under One Premium

ed during the evening. Sunday New Bethel held its New-borna Automatically Insured at Birth
6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
Its 3rd quarterly conference with
The Male Chorus, under the the Presiding Elder holding his Miami 47, Florida AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM f
direction of Bro. Chas Ambrose quarter and Youth Day combined
and with Mr. Leroy Thompson at making it a rare and Inspiring Very Economical Family Protection In Any Amount
the organ, 'was at its best all day. program. The youth took change From
The men really did a fine Job and of the entire lervlce. ,
were highly commended.
Miss Pauline Everett introduced $2,000.00 lo $50,000.00
Chairman A. J. Hanna, cochairman the speaker, Miss Katherine
T. Bonlvy; Captains, Armstrong who spoke on the
Rev. Herbert Ferguson, J. C. "Training and Place of Today's The Company Alto Offers Other Attractive And
George Hepburn, F E. Youth in the Church and Community Modern Policies
to Fit Your Individual
Dawkins, John Newbold, Ed. ." Need
Thompson 'Stafford Bain all
say thanks to all who gave them Rev. W. B. Coffey was very 0
such fine cooperation. happy over the way the youth
carried on. The Junior ushers were Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
Sunday No. one choir and in charge along with the Junior
others will go to Westminster choir. The youth In turn let ELder 1416 N. Boulevard Tampa Fla.
Baptist Church, Hollywood. Bus Coffey continue with hit con ,
leaves the church at 9 am. ference. All boards made reports.*. WfTN
The picnic sponsored by the Rev. Woods came along with the OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S- EAST COAST
will Aid Board, Monday Aug. presiding elder, Mr. Chandler .
31 be at Opa iinstteaadof from Jasper, an Instructor of MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
Perrine. President M. E. agriculture, was the house guest 176 N.W. 14th St. 602 N. ,,
Stevens says that transporation of Mr. and Mrs. T. Z. Roux. Ware Rosemary Are.
will leave. the church at 10 am glad for the safe return of FT. LAUDERDALE FORT
All roads will lead to Temple our pastor and his wife from a ra PIERCE
Monday night when choir No. one much needed vacation. 700 N.W. 2nd St 304 N. Eighth St.
presents Leroy Thompson In organ COMMUNITY DRUGS
recitaL Hear this talented Si,. Ida Ferguson Is still In the ,
young musician. hospital 6760 N.W.15Bs Are. I iii:_ --ii--------- --- -II1IIlIEi: : t

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples l Newspaper"- .. ,. >' .0 Annie Ruth, Powell of 1177 NW
'' .w ) "IMl 't'.:.-..-.: I 61st Street died .in Jackson Hospital I
f'i2 >" ,SATURDAY, AUGOSTldSd! 'I rc+' TinJlanr-"d fbuwghtezof Mr. andMrsDeTacy August 22. Final rites Aug.

Franklin of 1654 NW 26 at 2 ,p.m. in the chapel with rMi
""f9th11i. was'' stillborn on Aug. 23. burial in LincOlnRichardson

I Grl lde' Services were conducted -
f CARDS MEMORIAL&iI J on',,Aug.' 26; . .

.-....-.:-. >>- :Funeral services for Mrs. Lena
I Francis . Dixon, who' 'died on ,Aug. 21 in

J IN MEMORIAM Jaokscn Hospital will be held on
Ft.rrretal Services for Rev. LeonB. Aug. 29 at 1 p'J11from Bethel
In memory of our dear mother, DEATHS t Forbes of 1901 NW 3rd court AME. Church with 'burial In Lin- P
grandmother and sister, who died Aug. 23, will be held at coln Cemetery.,, Mrs. Dixon is sur-
DAISY TURNER BARRETT 1 'p.tor Saturday,' Aug. 29 at the vived by her husband, Noble, a
'who i departed this life August Church of God of Prophecy, 17th daughter, Mrs. Cora Russel. .Mrs.
26, 1957. May she rest in peace Range . "r stand: 5th court. Rev. Forbes was Dixon was living at 768 NW 64thst.
and light perpetual shine upon State Evangelist for the Church ., ,
her,", Cf God of Prophecy. He is sur- t
; Miss Annie Lou of 1222
Barnes ,
**- ':Kemp and Turner Family vived by his wife, Caroline, a son
NW 71st terr., died in the :Mori- Willie Lighting 1027 NW r
,.. roe General Hospital on August Solomon, .a daughter, Miss 'Ver- court, apt. 3, died in Jackson
dell Forbes, >two sisters, a broth
22 She is survived ,by her sister, I ( Hospital Aug. 24. Funeral services -
IN MEMORIAMIn er-in-law, a grand daughter. Interment -
Miss Eva Mae Barnes. Chapel to be conducted from
will 'be held at Lincoln i a
sad but loving memory of, services were conducted on Tuesday Memorial Richardson Chapel on Aug. 28 at
I with burial in Evergreen Me- 1 r t;;Jrp. with burial In Paradise
Memorial. Mr Lighting is survived -
mcrial Cemetery.
: Funeral services ifor Mrs Annie
by his daughter, wife.
Gaiter of 1623, NW 1st place will Trma Floyd Jones of' 1936 NW
II Mrs. Betty Jones Burryhill of be held Saturday at 3 pro. at 74th terrace, died in the Jackson
420,NW 10th st, apt; 5 died in the New Hope Baptist Church, 13th CARD OF THANKSWe Memorial Hospital August 23 at

emergency room of Jackson Hos- st. and 1st place. Mrs. Gaiter 10:20): p.m., after a short Illness.
'pital on August 22. She is sur- l leaves her husband, Cleveland. the brothers elf the late,

vived by her husband, Willie Interment will 'be held at Para- ELIJAH STRACHAN She is survived by her huSband,
Frank, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dise Memorial Park, Richmond :' who passed away Tuesday, August Charles, a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
T.m Jones of Waynesboro, Ga. Heights. 4, wish to hank the many Berks, three brothers of St. Petersburg -
She was sent to Waynesboro friends for cards, flowers, and ; Sam Floyd, Willie Floyd,
on Tuesday for final rites Funeral services for Hillard telegrams in the hour of our 'sore ienry Floyd; three sisters-in-law,

Holmes of 1525 NW 5th court will row.Condolences Mrs. Mable Scott of Quincy; Mrs.
_._- - --. --.. be held 2 p.m Monday in the were so many we Katie Brcwn of Sea Cliff, N.Y.,
Chapel with the Rev Aaron Hall are not able to mention them all. and Mrs. Jane Ogden of Woe s tam
We thank the officers and '
vestry, Beach.
officiating He is survived by his
members of St Agnes Church,
wife, Rosa Mae.
o. Archdeacon ,Culmer and family, Funeral services will be held

Funeral services for 13monthold ( Independent Life Insurance Co. Saturday, Aug., 29, 1 p.m. at St.
MARY JUSTICE BALKCOM Johnnie Simmons of 310 NW in the ,person of Mr. Jones, and Paul AME Church, 'NW 4th court

who departed this life August 28, 16th terr., a1|?t. 1 will be held 2pjn. everyone. May God bless all of and 19th st., Rev. J. D. Washington -

1958.May Saturday in the chapel'Heis ; you.Brothers officiating
she rest in peace. survived by his mother, Mrs. :
The Justice Family Bessie Murdock. Interment will Alfred, John, Miami
be held at Lincoln' Cemetery?* Harold, (Henry, NYC
IN Mrs.. Freddie M. Bethel,
MEMORIAMIn niece, NYC Join The NAACP .

loving memory of the late, Seniors . .

.; ... Funeral services for StephenHall
I of 3352 NW 49th st., who ,
; ) died Aug. 25 will be held Satur:

day, August 29 at 2 p.m. ,from the
First Baptist Church in Browns-

.1 ville with the Rev Brown offi- ', P/lee .i rwe fnyira 011(1 serel nr '
ciating. He is survived by his ,
wife, two sons, and other rela-
I tives. Burial will be in Lincoln.
f ft1ePf
1 The body of Chart Rawls of

,.. Rev. Willie A. Cathxight of Goulds, who died Aug. 26, (will
3265 NW 46th st., died, in Jack be shipped Friday to Cordele, Ga.
son Hospital on August 20. Rev.., where final rites will be held :
t>>it.A'lf ; Cathright has! been a resident of Aug. 30. He' is survived by four
: '
Miami for a number of yearn brothers.' .
k 'lf: and was pastor of St. Luke Sec: \ LESTER C. ALBERT, Fungal Director
y ond Baptist Church oif Liberty House of Albert .. .
6942 N.W. .
ISih Av nu OX 17661f
City lie is survived by a daughter f'tIrW.''f' ,
'X. <,: '-J.'t,:11 t Mrs. Marion,, Quinn of Rich-

f mond Heights; a sister, Mrs. Ben
) C t vy Lawrence, his father, Frank '

11 A Jv Vy f a 4<}.}Rf Cathright. Funeral services were :
i'f } conducted at 1 pjm on Thursday
'.' : at the St. Luke Baptist Church

WILLIAM. ADDEHLEY with Rev. P, W. Williams Offci- -V
ating. Burial was conducted in
who this life 23 '
departed August ,
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery,
1957.Gone i
r but not forgotten.We ,
Obediah Peonge Of< 1660 NW xa .
loved dear but,
you one, -
5th place died at the Veteran
I': Jesus loved you toest. Sleep ont
Administration Hospital on Aug.
and take rest.
your 23. Mr George member of
4 -was a
J' And Adderley one cf Miami's pioneer families
Family and iwas the oldest of four sons
i. cf the late and
Wiley'* Mary
IN MEMORIAM George. He was a devout mem'"

i' r In loving memory of our dear ber cif the St. Paul AME Church. r f.G: 'i-" :-: .

mother, grandmother and great For the past 13 years he waj .an' .. !_.. "*.. .. .
grandmother' employee of theVeteran's" Administration
t -- Hospital of Coral ImT f N.W. 17th AVENUE)IL4M1.FLORIDA.....H.I ox 141:11p11ai43;;

Gables, and ,prior to that spent 14
years in the government service O.emr Md Atoll'. Raw,Owll.,.. Oir Ranft, MeuM EI J."haenI DIrI -.
t rc i in New York.Survivors .
f. 1 I
include his widow, ;
Margaret, two daughters, Mrs. Miss Joan Tucker of 1201 NW62nd t, .
Elsa Barrow and Miss Flectia Mi terrace, a recent graduate of

George, a brother, Oswald. Ser- Northwestern High School, died
vices are beta. ducte&-iodax. in Jackson Memorial Hospital,
at 2 p.m. at St. Paul AME AfigUST' 21. Funeral services have WANTED !
Chuch. Rev. Washington will officiate been tentatively set for Saturday,

Burial (will be held In August'. 29 at 2 p.m. She is survived I
Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, ,<\ !/by her parents, Mr. and
+ i i i itt Mrs. Roosevelt Tucker; grand
Ms. Irma Jones t 1938 NW parents; 4 sisters, six brothers. 10,000, NEGROES

74th terr., died in Jackson> iHtos-r Burial will be in Lincoln

pital on Aug. 23. She is survived
by her husband, Charlie, a sister, Baby boy Seymour, Infant son to go to '
Mrs. Elizabeth Burke, 3 brothers, of Mr. and Mrs. Carnal Seymourof

Willie, Henry and Sam. She 1462 NW 8th ave., Florida City
will lie in repose at the Chapel died In Kendall Hospital August :216 W.FI.agIer.'treetAND:

beginning at noon on Friday, 20 and was laid to rest August

Aug. 28 and on Saturday she will 24. .
lie in repose at St. Paul AME .
Church beginning at .7 ajn. Fun James E. Powell, 2, son of Mrs.

_- eral services will be conducted at REGISTER TO VOTE
,MRS. MATILDA 1 p.m. with Rev. Washington of- ,
SMITH ficiating. Burial will be con-
who departed this life Sept 2, ducted in Lincoln Memorial
1953. May she rest in peace and Cemetery. -

may light 'perpetual shine upon WATCH 1.-You are a American citizen
her. .
upon Mrs Anna Perry ol 6121 NW
Mrs !Margaret Poltier, 2.You are 21 years of age
19th ct., died in Magnolia Hospital -
daughter of Opa Lccka on Aug. 24 3.-you: have been a resident of Florida for one
Mrs Amy Taylor, daughterMrs. She is, survived by her husband, I THIS year.
Eva B. Smith, daughter
sister Mrs.
Curley, a Gladys
Mrs. Diana Plamls, daughter Flowers, a brother, Rev. Willie 4.-You have been a resident of Dade County

Mrs. Alice Reid, daughterMrs. Tarpley who is the pastor of the for six monthsIf
Violet Strong, daughter New Mt. CalverY'' Baptist Cb t'ch. SPACE '

'/t +t F Funeral services will be conducted you: have moved to a net.Address' within* t1ioP. : .;', : .t

/ on Aug. 29 at 4 p.m, at the year, you must register again
Now Mt. Calvary Baptist ..... i Y. .... .a, $
Adverti$ It Pays! Church, Rev. N. Brown officlat- - -

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Expression of Thanks THE MIAMI: ;TIMES-"The People: Newspaper"} '
Mrs. Florence Cooper wishes to SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1959 PAGE 13

thank her many friends for cards ;
.. [,
letters h\; -
e and florals sent her duri r 1 :,l" "

ing her recent illness in.Jackson. I .W .. . ,
Memorial Hospital. 'Youxkind. ; .

trances nesses speeded and thoughtful up any v;ecpye reman-rX:.;,:l, ...y'ESi; =The Best People Live at .'W -
May the Lord bless at .' '" *
you, &1tz :' iii'A ; *. -? >

D Registration at r'14't' :AtLANTIC MANOR GARDENAPARTMENTS *"
: :1{ gas weare.t. : r. _

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. St. Francis Xavier. ; :nt4 .
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,',oj'.r .,'WAITEDT I I Repairs Repairs Repairs School, Sept. 3 : .o"" '.' f .. r rtF ...

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,1 need substitute mothers'andrcooks Electric stoves and hot water . .... I '
for positions of one heaters repaired, also toasters, NW St. Francis Xavier School,'1632 32nd Ave and .42nd St. Northwest ''
'. and, two weeks. Salaries to $10 aday irons and other small appJlances.DRAKE'S / 4th ave., will hold its regis- .oiIttf
tration Sept 3, from 8:30''a.mi
,',. :' ( '
: I until 1 'pjm. The fee Is 100.
transportation Hostesses, we on will.), pay live-in$2.00 7612 N.W. 22nd Avenue Classes will begin Sept ,8, in the ht. 77.'Tb;;'-" i.J'\. _--",""!,
> old building, The is
new boulding
Phone OX 1.9688
girl we place. Salary $35 up. I
812 expected to be ready in October.
Come, early morningwith'clothes; .

Mrs. Mack v I Why Keep '
on Being Miami Beauty Supply Co.
432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach and Restaurant. Fully Ask'" your Miami Beauty Supply Salesman about our.
equipped ready for use. Nice location We have no if, ands or buts .
busy neighborhood. Apply We have reconditioned, refrigerators ,.: ',,.. Weekly Special.
WANTEDA 4928 NW 22nd ave., or call NE stoves, washing machines, THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

PERSON TO Teach in day 40233. factory trade-ins. We have service sale

and kindergarten with at repairs at moderate rates. price price
nursery 2-BEDROOM CBS, plus 2 rooms
Why not see us firstHALPERN"
least 11,1' years college. training. suitable for efficiency. Newly 17V4 oz. Naturalizer $4.00 $3.00
Phone PL 12659.SALESMEN. painted. Chain! .link fence. Deep SALES CO. 6 of Ebonaire . 1.50 1.00
lot. Barbecue pit. No qualifying, 2508 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Good opportunity no closing. Low balance. 7573 NW FR 1-6066 Qt. Posner Oil Shampoo ....,.. 1.00 .75
fr the right ,person. Phone FR 12th court. 1 Ib. Nutrene Creme Shampoo 1.2S .75

1-6066 11 6z. Pink Fantasy Spray net .......1.00 2 for 1.50
LOT. Carver Ranches. Size 146x Are you a wallflower? Pt 20 Vol Peroxide, 3 for 1.00 .4 for 1.00
50. For information call JE
FOR RENT 2-1095. Kinsey. S12 Would you like to learn te dance lib. Working Oil 1.00 .75
In a private studio/
6500 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-0692
Lovely completely furnished CHOICE CORNER LOT. Browns- VISIT -
Florida ville. 40x110. Don Strachan's Dance Studio
house with two bedrooms,
Call NE 5-3137 A29
plus carporte, with beau- I'
7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7-8766
tiful landscaping. In the heart of
LOT. Size 50x140 in Carver Ran-
It is ideal _.
Edison Center. an
A nice
ches (West Hollywood.)
place for Quiet and comfortable key lot, next to corner. Cash or ....." ._ _;..;.s ....f
living. See it at 836 NW 63th St. terms. If terms,.small down pay-
Adults only. Must be experiencedin ment, MU 5-1323. S5 Juanita's Nightingale CollegeAnnounces
taking care of a good home.

Phone PL 80792.FURNISHED MISCELLANEOUSRadio KindergartenBegins

$3.95, Pocket radio $1.75,
APT. Edison Cen-Mr TV $25, refrigerator $10, fan Registration Sept. 8 New .Fall Class For
PL 7-9594.
ter. Phone I
$2.95, stove $,295, irons 75c,
Brown. A29 toasters 75c, at 1348 NW 3rd ave.; 1500 N.W. 74th StrreetFree '

NICELY FURNISHED weekly Shoes 28c, skirts 15?, dresses pick up and delivery Physicians AssistariisSEPTEMBER
rooms. 8.50 single, ,$10
2Qcr handkerchiefs 9c; Liberty City Brown Sub and t
GuesJ, House, 2170 WashIngton -
$1, seeks 5 for $1,00, underwear Overtown
ave., 'spa Looka. S5 3 for $1, work shirts :39c, 2 1959M -
at 1346 NW 3rd ave. Phone NE 4-0576 ,
$17 PER' WEEK, 2-bedroom
stove refrigerator and water 3-BEDROOM FURNISHED home ::IIt
free Also furnished one-bedrooms = = ;
In Bunche Park Fruit trees. $900 .
844 NW 70th st. Phone NA 1-6953 down month *" .
Indl Day'and Evening .Classes-We J limit i size' of class
!> ** P **('

ROOM AT-'141 NW 9th st. See 2-BEDROOM$600 down $83 FURNISiHED month.. Mr. Lentin house,,' ; D Y..NyItSERY '\w'* i m i fc ... '.t '

Miss Montgomery. S12 ,realtor, WI 72420. AND KINDERGARTEN ". .1 ;.. i

FURNISHED ROOM. Hot and Strategic location for doctor, '1480 N.W.9th;.; St.
cold water, 1986 NW 57th st. dentist or music teacher. Custom Trained
Phone NE 3-6203. S3 built CBS duplex on a hug e PICK' UP AND'DELIVERY Get prestige by becoming a: Nightingale

,APARTMENT. Close in. Frame double Florida corner room,lot' terrazzo Large carporte floors, SERVICE. Graduate-FREE' PLACEMENT; ) to, all. graduates

building 236 NW 17th st. Call plenty of closets, completely Hours 7:00; 5 pm.

OX 13494. A29 furnished, clean as a pin. One ...tI. .'. 1. CALL MRS. BEN .Toi>AYV ,
side vacant, move right in. Excellent 4' : "
ROOM at 811 NW 65th st. Single terms and financing. Open '
man or nice couple. No children. Sunday, 6100 NW 8th ave., or F: 265 5th
call Brcker PL 4-4484 or MO FR 3-1675

FURNISHED Efficiency, 1870 71304. CALL.PL 1.2659." .
NW 55th Terr, ,NE 5-0010. from *" AIR CONDITIONED .CLASSROOMS
LOVELY _CBS 1-room house. Registration ; .. fl
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WE TAKE CARE of small child- Furnished.. Florida room, fireplace August 31 thru September 8 w
ren for working mothers. For information ,* T'fruit trees, etc, $14,000.
call NE 45755. Terms,;>No closing costs. Shownby -- f
appointment., 790 NW 55th .. . .
,,WO-BEDRQOM 1 APT Stove, terr. MU 1-3414. ,A Q.._.t.! .. : ... -' : ,
refrigerator bedroom, furnished. r .' ','1,1
very nice. CBS. Owner on premises Cu4 .
on Saturday 2262 NW- 62nd Open Until Sold Protect YourFurniture :
st. Phone MU 1-5740. :
1029 N.W. 55th St. .'
FURNISHED Efficiency. Beautiful -I With . ___ LT'I _ '
all utilities. 4190 NW 32nd $390 Down, $20.00 week

ave. ? .. Suys my lovely 2-bedroom Use your Pan Am' Pay'Plan

BEDROOM APT: Corner. No home situated in rear* of

children. 4190 NW 32nd ave. large lot. Call Devory, JE

BEDROOM HOUSE, unfurn I 11235. (

n"- 4865 NW 35th ave., NE .Y ii
47200. :

2-BEDROOM CBS House. Partly Enroll your children now at

furnished. NA 17381. the . o.JI

A FRONT ROOM. Furnished in ABC, College 4
private home. Call PL 7-6015 Permanent protection for furnltur : '

after 3 pm. throughout the week. Kindergarten I without hiding Its beauty. '
our txpemhr* fabrics ondtr 1a
ONE BEDROOM. Furnished apt. 15575 NW 27th Ave. I "QlosVcUorSinylploitlc.So durable
1641 64th st. No children.OX I
NW itoin-
can't wear It out.This strong,
1-5343 or FR 94859. indf0' .This school )I. equipped with all I you proof non-absorb matsrfol will be M-
modern facilities; pickup and staff to
the experienced
'\ .. pertly tailored by our
and qualified
service :
FOR SALE delivery ewtom-fit your choir or sofa perfectly,
teachers. wlH .* a ebM
I .*. Waarn./ *.. CIMIIe",. ... ,::J.,...
1346 NW 3rd Registration/ dally. School op.n'Ing
RUMMAGE!! at dresses 20c, | Sept. 8. For more detailed : : =:....... .....
ave. Pocketbooks lOc, .. ..
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shoes 20c, handkerchiefs 9c, socks, Information' . c-: ........ elf......e t4
...... PL1-5841
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3 for $1, ..aip.aM r
5 for $1, undershirts Call Now
work shirts 39c, work (pants 69c, Call NA 1-2897 I VAAAMTII ......* AUtwfafc
shoes $1.50.ANNEX # ..Wwk.e.dM1
1828 NW 152nd St. I
(at 1348 NW 3rd ave.) NO OUMATtON TO .VT I 1
Irons 79c, fans $1, radios: $3.95, Opa Locka 108W isruum IN row MOMI I
TV's $28 refrigerators $18 and $5

$28, stove $2.95 up, everything at
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1\ The Exclusive Ten Social Club Music was by, Mrs. Mercedes
the first club of its kind to spon-' Wesley.
\ ::, sor a benefit (program for the
r new Christian Hospital, held a Members of the chub are Mrs.
lovely tea August 9 at the JamesE. Lucille Moore, Mrs. Albertha An-
Scott Community center( 722ft derson, Mrs. Catherine Dillard,
S LJf1' NW 22nd,ave. which was a grand Mrs. Cornelia Glenn, vice president .
success. ; Mrs. Ann Coleman, guest,
Mr. Fulmore administrator Mrs.
The Rev. Thedforcr Johnson, Odessa Williams, president; Mrs
> popular pastor of the St. John Ada Williams Mrs. Sara Golson,
Institutional Baptist Church and Mrs. Selma Harrison, Mrs. Mary
chairman of Christian's building Palms, Mrs. Charlie Mae Miles.
campaign fund grave the purpose. Not shown.

,:[I'" ." .' ;,' ;, :\: Joseph Walker popular disc joc-
".. .,'t.." >" (j'<.\,,"". i"j..f. .-" ',,d(,:(; key of the Gospel Blind Boy radio The amount turned over to the '
.. .. jPY f1. 'ItA., ,ua' . gf. :" 1".'(:, J,: ',1..:' .E .U + program on WMBM was mas- hospital was $153.00.-Photo by
'''' u .M ""
''' 1 y - ter of ceremonies. Other honored Hicks Y

Salter's Chapel AME: Church Choir No. Stanley, Flossie Marshall, Mr. Gervin guests were John C. Fulmor,

One recently celebrated its anniversary. Roseau Gervin, Ruth Twiggs, president, administrator, Mrs. Ann of Coleman Christian, pioneer hospital

I Shown in the group are Mr. McKnight, James Alfred and Ruby Bogan. The pas worker of Christian; Mrs. John HARLEM SQUARE

Rosetta Sullivan, Hattie Humes, Mr. tor Rev. H. J. Benson, is shown seated. Barkley and many others. SWEET SHOPA
Participants on the program
(were Mrs. Helen Starr, Mrs. FULL LINE OF QROCVRIK8

MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Rose Wilkerson, Fred Deloach,
THE the No. 2 choir of Shiloh Baptist COLD CUTS COSMETICS

I 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1959 For The Highest in Mrs.Church Gertrude, Mrs. Ida Perkins Mae and Crowder Mrs., 208 N.W. 10th Street

COSMETICSCall Josephine McLoye

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USUALLY THERE It something
1 i to write about, but this week, It Phone OX 1-6912 LOWEST PRICESCOMMUNITY
seems almost hopeless.
) that the town stopped In Its
tracks or maybe I'm Just blind a down pour. The homeowners Huberts Battery DRUG

There Is really nothing happeningso need to get together and make Corner.NW. 15th Ave. and 68th St. OX 1-7515 .
to speak. I did find out that the city do something about it. Rebuilding
Julius Wilson, better known as Let's plan something on that and
School and his ,wife, Thel-
Boy; see If we can get together. If you 6 Volt Batteries $5.95
returned from NY. and up
ma, are interested in helping, contactme
Washington and that Mrs. An- by postcard or letter at the (with exchange)
nette McNeal made all the papersof Miami Times and I will do all I
Jackson, Miss on her visit Generators Starters Voltage '
can to help. It's my neighborhoodtoo
there Her picture was on the and, we should show some Regulator Complete Brake ANOTHERMR.
front page of the paper and notes pride in it. Service
t all through it. She ,reports that she

had a wonderful time, and her That wraps it up for this week 7612 N.W. 22nd Ave. .
friend, Mrs. Sarah Harvey, really . till next week, Live life,
went all out to see that her stay every golden minute of it. Peace.
was enjoyable.WE CHICK
SHOULD Wcome' Mr.
Bohannon to our fair city. He has S00 TIN'S TVFor
joined us from Atlanta and is expecting OPENS SOON INMIAMI ..
his family shortly to 'Join Reconditioned TV's From $19.95
him. We will tell you more about
the Bohannons at a later date For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models

< that is, when we ,get more Try us You'll Like us At 150 N.W 14th ST.
information on their plans and
find out just what Is what. 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589 .
More than i5 years of reliable service

Say, have you been to church
lately? Jt's hlyh time everybody I
went Ed Cook and Schoolboy at- ., ."
tended the Congregational Fel- .. ; ,
lowship Church on 50th st. at 2Slh . .: , '
ave. last Sunday. They said that DO YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT ? : . ::;
they enjoyed the services ,
very -
much. I tell you when those two I'
go, it's time for everybody to go. ..
Really, though, we should all go Then, take advantage of these!
to church of our choice next Sun-
Days Without Church Makes One
Weak" . Speaking of weak, JOIN THE MECHANICAL' .
I heard a friend say the other I
day that she was back from her \ And Will Feature
"too weak" vacation. Isn't that GYM CLUB
100 Charter Members Wanted-50 Men and Famous Chicken -
ERIC MILLER, that terrific
guitarist and vocalist at the Sih 50 Ladies. i
John is doing wonderful( job entertaining '
the people that pack $6.00 Per Month Dinners
the lounge nitely. If you haven't
heard him make it a point to go Also join theMASSAGE .
around and five.a listen. ,. '"

Jean Davis . Pretty Boy of the _FRENCH FRIES, COLD SLAW
Week: Eugene'Kemp.SEEMS .
which entitles week
you to one massage a For Only ......................... ...............
THAT the merchant $15.00 per month To Take Out

of 15th ave would get togetherand Hours 10 a.m. to 10 Plus '
complain about the sewage pmfUE Many More Food Specials
system and the condition of the
streets In front of their businesses. OPENING SOON

When it rains there:you have .. ..
a small river, and when It does HEALTH IUOotREIDJ ING ----- -- - ------------- ---------

not you have no even facilitiesfor I
parking Ruts on the side of THIS COUPON WORTH lOc
the streets, etc. If they don't do 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiFor ..
it none else can. Let somebodyget TOWARD
them together and do some ... '
further information call FR 1-2771
thing about It And while we are CHICKEN DINNER
on the subject of rain and sewage -
the streets of Liberty City,
Thompson Park end ILm Heights Our Classified Column Get :Fast Results
are realty flooded when we have .




1\' general membership meeting I AUGUST 29, 1959 PAGE 15

COLLEGEAND County ; ;' *f the NAACP will be held next J _
, Thursday night, Sept. 28 at 8:15
ALL SENIORS AND\ News -\; In the NAACP office, 809 NW Sunlight Chit-Chat ,
JUNIORS 3rd ave. All members are urged
to attend and bring their friends. J. Primus, reporter Gray Hair Wanted!
- A special meeting of all 'students 11VValter
In the Miami area who expect LAND Sunlight students are still jrosresslng Man or Woman
to '0 to collage this term, Bowl 11oo. as some are completinga WOW YOU CAN LOOK
and all seniors and'juniors ell\ loCal -' .< period of seven months /work, 20 YEARS YOUNGER
high schools! will be held .; and we must keep in mind that with science's newest discovery
Monday at, 8 pjrt. at Booker Milton Hepburn 'of 522ft SW nothing is achieved without hard Auntie-Gray PomadeSay
f Washlnjtofl -Bign School audItorium 21st st., celebrated his birthday OPENS SEPT. 8 work.
the rtieetifig Will be of a at his home Tuesday, Aug. 25. good by.,to GRAY HAIR I with
nature and Is designedto We are looking forward to our
worksha The Barrett's Land 0 Nod new pomade discovery. Apply
lessen the many problems Starlight Lodge No. 542 meets Kindergarten will open for its : expansion program which Includes simply aa you would your regular *
which the average student facesin Friday weaving and hair styling.On halrdrtsslng. Imparts nat
Aug 28 at 8 pan at the fall and winter term on Tuesday :
entering college and. to aid the Masonic Temple -Pembroke morning, &t. 8 at 8 o'clock at Friday morning{ last our instructor -' uraMooklng color, leave hair
students In adjusting themselves Road. All members are risked to 434 NW 21st st. Land 'O.Nod picksup Mrs. D. Brown gave usa "beautifully oft and lustrous.
to college life. be present and delivers your children at complete and thorough programof Won't rub off wash out Nn.

Several persons, well Informed I ycur home. Its past years of ser- shop deportment including staining, non.grtaay. Color-ton
will address the Jchnny Moore of Danla cele- vice speak for itself It has cap- theory and demonstration Pomade conditions and groom.
on the matter brated his 21st birthday on Aug able and competent teachers to hair. No other hair dressing, need
here will be I
,roup and a ques- 22 at his home. train your children. Further information Tuesday morning Rev. McDowell I eel. Send only $2.00 (tax Includ-
and answer period, during
tion ed) for full 1ft! oz.
which time the students will be may be obtained by gave the class the benefitcf \I ,

given an opportunity to ask ques- The Carver Ranches Elemen- calling FR 36078. some of his experience in I I .....................................-........ .f,
its tary, Lanier Junior High and I t I I Equitorial Africa, and pointed out I I
tions concerning college, re- Elementary of The personnel consist of Mrs. I TREE COUPONWorth
and the
Hallandale need for more well trained
both financial and ]
q'i p:rements, Vera Moorman, principal Miss
Attucks High school of Dania will ; persons In our vocation to coun-
and life the college
otherwise. on resume classes on Sept. 1. Estella Hepburn, teacher and Mrs. tries ;where cosmetology is little off on a Jar of Auntie Gray.
Eloise B. Kemp, supervisor. '
known and much needed. nor
I Bring mall In to:
advisable and important The Ministers d Deacons'
is both I
that all' students who are Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist URBAN LEAGUE I Times are changing and our I HAIRSHEEN OF MIAMI
8163 N.E. 2nd Avo.
Suit 8
class is tfrowin& therefore
going to collage for the first tim Association meets at Westminster we
a* well aptist Church LibeHa (Holly- GUILD PARTY 'must grow with it. Miami 88, Pla.
!lege and allhsseeniorseand juniors wood) Thursday night this week
I Your reporter had the pleasure
attend this I thrtugh. Sunday. Rev. N. Sears
in local high schools, ,
SUNDAY pf her family for two weeks which
meeting on Monday night. It -willp the host pastor and his congrega- was immensely enjoyed. Advertise It Pays!
-'ve of much value to all who : tion are putting forth every effort
attend I to. make it pleasant for the delegates When the Greater Miami Ur-
ban League Guild holds its annual -
The meeting is being held underthe COCktail party on Sunday, LOTS FOR SALEIn
auspices of the Booker T. The Aug. 30 at the Jim Jam Club the
Washington High School Alumni Thing Called guests will be treated to a show Venith First Subdivision in Gould
Association featuring a galaxy of local and ;" '
DeathBy nationally famous stage talent Size 75' x 124' $1,595

LEGAL NOTICES However, the feature of the fiunfllllng $100 Down-$25 month
William Hehry Huff for ANP evening will be the glam .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS orous Guild horettes, led by Frank You must hurry-only 3 left
NAME LAW I Death holds for me Logree, in a Hawaiian dance
. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'No dread, no sting, no terror.In number J. A. SUMMONS

that the undersigned, desiring to It, I see Master of ceremonies for the 3781 Grand Ave. HI 4-2448
engage in business under the fictitious Another form of errorIt show will ,be Wally Futch and a .
name of Is unreal, local orchestra will provide music 1

at number 600 N.W. 7th Ave. In For life Is real and lasting ,for entertainment, and dancing. I ..'..... '
the City of Miami, Florida intendsto Death can't appeal Tickets for the affair can be pur
register the said name with By Its dark shadows casting. chased from Guild members or .

the Clerk of the Circuit Court of call Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell at PL Do you own property in the Bahamas
Back County, Florida. 49069. Advance sales are $1.50
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Register Today! and $175 at the door.
18th day of August, 1959. Would. you like to, sell. -or buy?
TRULY NOLEN. Owner PLAY SCHOOL Mrs. Lois Hicks reporter

Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12 3290 N.W. 45th St. NOTE: Visitors are'always we>

Order of Service
Mrs. Dorema Davis
NAME LAW Sundav School ...................-... 9:3: <
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN N E 5-5283 Morning worship 11:00: Box 1147 Nassau, BahamasDRIVER'S

that the undersigned, desiring to Houra: 8 to 4 p.m. BTU ..*.................................... 5:30:
engage in business under the fictitious S5 Evening worship .................... 7:3C: . ..
name atRESISTANT .
number 600 N.W. 7th Ave. in
the City of Miami, Florida intends YOU ASKED FOR IT!

1o register the said name with So here it ia-A full ONE YEAR LICENSE !
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of

Dated at Miami Florida, this Policy for moat people with only BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
18th day of August 1959.
Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12 O'BERRY'SMAGIC


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmer MarketPL FR 4.7756

that the undersigned, desiring to 9-5284 NA 4-1811
1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
engage in business under the fictItious -
name of
: .
at number 600 NW. 7th Ave. 'In.. ,
the City of Miami, Florida Intends
tl) ******** the said name with I TV REPAIRS
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dated at Miami Florida this
loth day of August 1959. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3

Aug. 22. 29, Sept. 8, 12 .I NO SERVICE CHARGEIf

we can't fix your TV in your home
1208 N.W. 62nd Street


17-inch or 21-inch Table Model SERVICE
or Floor Model

Call PL 4.. 73 8


$13.95 O TERMS ;
+ o HOKis
Precision' mad revolver 1 + o AUTO oAmerican' 0 FAST SERVICE

by Europe's finest gunsmiths. 5" '
Overall length. Polished blue 0'9 a.m. 0 p.m.

.teel.! REAL I. NOT A BLANK. .
Fires' .22 Cal. short ammo. Sid e TUBES CHECKED FREE

lilt., loading screwIn ejector rod. 10 DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS
Ideal, for plinking, target practice % .
or protection. 10-day money
back! guarantee. Only $13.9 TV
Phone JuLy
COD's require $5.00 deposit Corp. JUNE Summer Special

Shipped FOB Chicago, express
charges. collect Send cash, checkor
money order to: 2300 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225 CALL OR COME IN TODAYA
Import Associates and Co.

Dept DD 85 33 W. Harrison'

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: THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" FLA. NORMAL as registrar and director of strident I, other: step in, the efforts of tha
[personnel of Florida Normal college to improve its instructlonjil .
: PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1959 GETS NEW DEAN, and Industrial Memorial Collegehas p'rojram. and -student welters
: been announced by Dr R. W, 1'Vlces'. i
REGISTRAR -' Puryear' president. . I.I .

-.....--..........................................................................NIn ........ i ST. AUGUSTINE -- The appointment Dr I Chao r. John,and Mr.L. Wirson Williams, .erst-'succeed popular Both new'figures appointees among faculty have been and "
of Dr. Sankey C. Chaoas while dean-registrar, who resigned students; Dr. Chao as ipxofeasor. of I
: dean and Albert E. Williamsold education and assistant to the
Around The Bahamas' ,:', :, 'The appointment of two highly president, and Mr. Williams as ,
.1i I I trajneq! and experienced persons associate of science and mathe-
.1 I h.-..,,
i .., /MI\---------......_--_--.-_-\\.-.-\.-.-_.._./.-.-.-.-._.-.-.._._.-._._.._..\\N............_......;......... ,....1........... Margaret. Hospital. :for observation \ '. .' I, ", ,-- ----- .'I

The body of Donald Nickens The Hon. R, W. Sawyer, 80, -/
was found on Aug. 18 near a died /suddenly in his home August Myrtle Dean, Z8 of West St., JOIN THE '
19. A native of Spanish Wells, he Nassau, while riding her bicycle
track between Lyford Cay and was a member of the Legislative from Frederick St. into ShirleySt.
Coral Harbor. The 22-year-old Council at the time of his pass- ., Sunday night, Aug. 16,
I man was employed by the Public ing. He ,served as leader for thegovernment : crashed into the showcase of a Crusade For Voters
i.'..\ Board. of Works at the sewage in in the House of Assembly -, : store' and seriously injured her ..;
iR '' and in _the Executive arm, and suffered other injuries.She .
a lonely place On the way' to relieve -
Council, and was for many years was taken to a hospital .
M him at wcrk, Aaron, Rolle, chairman of the Board of Education where the' arm was amputated. Go to, 116 W. Flagler' Street
a fellow employe saw the body He was a successful mer-
and called the police ,department. chant in his early years, and was Nassau .popular broadcasting ': . *
The medical examiner found a chorister of .the Trinity Methodist station, ZNS, is how in its new AND y
serious wound on the side of choir1 for 40 years. building in Centrevllle. It had
... Nickens' neck.) It is believed that operated In the Telecommunications 1 i tREGISTER '
he was: murdered. The authorities At San Salvador several hun- (building for the past 21 :..-. .
are malting investigations. dred citrus trees are being.planted years. The new structure is. completely TODAY! .
to start a grove and 500 more air conditioned, has all
.: . .- '.--. - are soon to be added. Ruth Wol- up-to-date facilities and cost .
per, who is deeply interested in $132,238.40.
the development' of that island -...:...:......YI'......_.___.........n....9..Y,..................._....................._.v......................._......................................._..............._.............._-.r__ .__.
taken the initiative in the '7'.....=.=:-- *: ::: ::: ::: :: :: :: :.: -*. :.--: .: .. .-:::.:.--.:::.:- :::.:--::.: V. V:. ::.:: ::::;::: ::.::. .n.,... ......
has 'J"i '**'*' ...K..K..K..!Co5C..!CoK.,KI ............:v..... .... .... ..,"'.... .. .. . ..,. .... ..,. ..,. ..,. .b.A'. << 4i
( project. Promises have been made }
S LOVELY from the United States to help
B diseases.against various citrus .rests and Fair Realty is Easy Jo Buy From

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Elirpah Williams, a crew mem- :ltd:i VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645
HOMES ber of the sloop "Streamline," Itc
I I 1 I ''I
P' was reported to have jumped ;Jt t ISI rllJt
overboard and was believed
I drowned on August 15. Searchwas to' ,' 4j; alt
: made for him but without ; '.I F
:a : 1U
) Northwest55th Yama Bahama returned to Miami :111' f t I ..
last. week. He is opening a
.. $58,000 motel at Alice Town,
St. Area, Dlmin1,-and has plans for a large t tH
night club between 'Alice Town \ '
... and_ Bailey Town .1 t1 w+ A yr{ \ ,
!Ur d.
to L ,Eleven persons were strickenby u; r '
? set food poisoning at Colonel p. 4 r,
) th, Hill, 'Crooked Island on August : : r 1 at1i lll4It l
tn 15. In an emergency flight, two
Th doctors 'were taken to the island t tn3
uy the Bahamas Airways It is
Ju reported that the poisoning re. I
Scmt Low Down Payment suited either from fish or con- "
: :
taminated water. Ten of them :.n 3I
W Easy Monthly Terms were out of danker after receiving : .
ne' treatment, and a four.-year- ... 1 tjlt
of :n: I
th<<< c : / I

= all fro Only. ,1 Mortgage, i.Y llA= N ab -i...wy" wkMl .

';? fri hat ;II! WHY PA Y RENT ? I

wa we Third AveRealty s lhlt

V i 1 LOOK!!! BRAND NEW ill

Bol 1 tty!

/hiir ioirspec.. .i" i 11 lt! ONLY $295 DOWN

the ; j 3-Bedroom new CBS homes. City water close to 163rd St. shopping. .

Infer' 742 NW 3rd Ave. ''Ui center, buses, churches, njce; area of all CBS homes. Quiet*.n1! ,joyful I
find; ''t *, '.. No payment month/"' in.
; > i lt living. closing costs only one each oye right

8 '' ER 4.3297 tlt 1 See 1524 N.E. 152nd St. 1570 N.E. 153rd Terrace. Last chance. 2 left HI
late'wen '' a
1." ,
; I
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tent John UV Johnson, president, :tI, Only $495 Down tIt2 I. LOTS If you H" own 5j a lot, in Sp Opa-
.'NE 4.0394 !. Johnson Publications, publishersof North Miami Beach..-'v Locka North Miami Beach Liberty
ave. Ebony, Jet, Hue and Tan magazines ; ,
they "iS. is the 1959 selectee fcr the 1-t ,Beautiful brand new 3-bedcpom CBS City, list with us for quick,'cash-* sale.i. .
muc : Hutcheson Jr. Elks' annual Elijah Loveioy i homes City water, close to shopping Top prices obtained. '
1C0, award, an outstanding citation
; and buses. Nice area. Hurry)
given in the field of civil libertiesThe C
tocPday RegisteredReal award was formally presented -, m mm* m
Opa Locka Custom Built Beauty
Estate Broker to Johnson at the Elks' 61st: ;2 b Duplex
Day annual convention, currently i In, it See 1402 N.W. 56th Street Only $995 Down
WeaI session at Atlantic City, N.J.ANP .-'
he ,_ ..... ,. _.....'"'''' 1", .. ._ photo. IU Only.$795 Down Brand new 3-bedroom, CBS, rear. It
day"too alt t Furnished rented city water. ,.Florida, room.. Only one payment each
cute; alt, tj Clean. Priced right. month. Close to schools. Priced right.
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RUitaJohn EF TV SICK ? !at j:I; Brown Sub 'New CBS Opa Locka CBS ;IiK

: Only $795 Down

terta Then dial FR 2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. )Itl c bedroom, brand new CBS with separate $495 Down

heanaroul the 1 n I living room dining room, beau- 2-Bedroom, 1 % years new. Only uf:
SAME DAY SERVICE =2 i tifu! kitchen and bathroom 'ahowerna one mortgage to pay $18.50 week tu ;

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS ; enclosures> Venetian blinds, fenced-in. pays all. Move right in. See 2155 NW U.
PR \ ; No closing costs. 152nd St. ,Close to buses. Bring i l

JeanWeek Picture Tube Special .. t., deposit. Sell fait! i.n

11 :U Opa Locka Custom Built ;I.US .
r :J Now under S
SE'of 1..inch-$22.95 21.lnch-$29.95 construction. Brand new Corner New CBS Home S
If 'ate; 3-bedroom CBS homes. Large lot.
andsyst ft -e- :J 1t4 Close to schools, built-in oven and Only $895 Down S

street i SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 t range. Put up deposit until completed 3-bedroom, brand new CBS. Close to t:
sl ed. . schools and buses. Only,tone mortgage
es. Nile Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges 3'
8 Et Only $795 Down to pay. Nice area. Move right in.I g
notfor < Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph ate -- tt;
Records All late hits. Special-3 for $1.00

them It the,. : A ,1 Vets Radio & TV Co. I=rfjt t: EAR REALTY i t

on tl :u! We are open every day 9 to 6 p.m. --including Sundays f 5
ThemAra age 939 N.W. 3rd Ave. S: 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7.1645 Est

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